Book Condition: Good+
Publisher: New York: Clarke, Given, and Hooper Publishers, 1888.
A Good+ edition that is generally soiled and worn with the front board cover completely detached. The volume also bears a previous owner's inscription.
Ninety-Three tells the story of a group of prisoners in a concentration camp during World War II. The prisoners are forced to work in a factory that makes bombs. One of the prisoners, Raskolnikov, comes up with a plan to kill the camp commander.; 8vo; 279 pages.