First edition, first printing published in 1947 by Grey Walls Press. 109pp, slender volume bound in the publisher's black cloth with gilt stamped titles to the spine. The cloth is clean, sharp corners and the tiltes are reasonably bright. Foxing to the prelim's otherwise a clean and tightly bound copy with no inscriptions. The jacket is also a fine copy and superbly designed, printed in three colours black,red and green on powder blue paper. Priced at 8s 6d, very light wear to the spine tips and hinge corners otherwise a very crisp and fresh jacket.
*A ghost story told in the first person. The narrator, killed by a bomb in London, is panic stricken. Swept to and fro, encountering other ghosts, eagerly cluthing at a life no longer his. This is his memoir.