Routledge rides alone: a novel, with a frontispiece by Martin Justice
by Comfort, Will Levington
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1910. 310p., color frontispiece, very good first edition in pictorial cloth and decorative dj with cutaway front panel revealing color artwork beneath. Comfort was a Los Angeles-based author of adventure stories who became a Theosophist and founded a Utopian colony in the Hollywood Hills near Pasadena called The Glass Hive in 1922. The novel takes place in London, Japan, India and other exotic locales.
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