Book Condition: Very Good- in Very Good- dust jacket
Publisher: Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1934.
An edition in very good- condition housed in a dust-jacket of equal value. The dust-jacket has minor wear and wrinkles. The interior is clean and tightly bound and an ink signature of a previous owner is on the front flyleaf. There is also an ownership stamp on the front endpage.
The Man Without Nerves tells the story of Dr. John Renfield, a mad scientist who is institutionalized after a mental breakdown. Renfield is determined to prove that he does not have nerves, and he uses his powers of mind to control the minds of other patients.; 8vo; 311 pages.