New York: Triangle Books, (1944) dj. Hardcover - Novel of a young woman from Down East who arrives in Montana with romantic dreams, only to find herself married to an alcoholic and a weakling, and living in a forlorn shack way out in 'lonesome land.' Bower, a prolific writer, the author of 68 novels, hid the fact that she was a woman behind initials. She lived on a ranch in Montana herself, and understood the people and land about which she was writing. 322 pp.
Condition: Good only in a good dust jacket (severe toning to the paper as is common with reprints from this era, edgewear to the dj)