New York: Pinnacle, 1981. Paperback. 154p., personal inscription signed by the author, color photo of the author and a typed signed postcard from the author laid-in, very good first edition pulp paperback in classic San Francisco noir pictorial wraps.
San Francisco mystery writer's first book which was re-released by Black Lizard in 1986 as "The Damned Don't Die" (which he alludes to in the typed postcard) An ex-San Francisco cop now turned private eye investigates a kinky sex-murder where one of the clues is a sentence in a typewriter page "I've always wanted to skin a woman." Several gay characters and SF setting. Nisbet is also a published poet and theatre artist in San Francisco who produced six Actualist Conventions.