Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1960. Hardcover. 224p., paper slightly browned, first edition, inscribed by Miller with the name of the recipient crossed out, worn and chipped dj with a tape repair on the verso. "When Marion Miller was invited to join a Los Angeles society supposedly for the advancement of the foreign-born in America, she little suspected that she was signing up with a notorious Communist -front organization.... When she reported the society's seditious plotting to the FBI, she was asked to remain in the organization as a presumably loyal member, and report back to Washington. Suddenly she found herself an undercover agent for democracy in a quiet residential suburb of Los Angeles." - dj. (Inventory #: 11332)
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