Book Condition: Very Good- in Very Good dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1932.
A very good- first printing, first edition housed in dust-jacket of very good condition. A small hole is present from the bottom of title page through page 38. The dust-jacket has some chipping and wear. The cover and spine of book have spots of discoloration; PRISONER
The Man from Sing Sing is the riveting story of one man's fight for freedom after being wrongly convicted and sent to prison. In a time of great social and political upheaval, Frank Galvin is convicted of a brutal murder and sent to Sing Sing, one of America's most notorious prisons. In a riveting and suspenseful narrative, Oppenheim tells the story of Galvin's fight for freedom, from his initial incarceration to his daring escape and the incredible odyssey that leads him to safety and the truth.
Oppenheim's powerful story brings to life the injustice of the prison system and the courage of the man who fought against it. With its unforgettable characters and dramatic plot, The Man from Sing Sing is a gripping read that is sure to captivate readers of all ages.; 8vo; 306 pages.