New York: Harper & Brothers, 1951. Hardcover. 209p., very good first edition stated in quarter-cloth boards and price-clipped dj; jacket has a large scrape on rear panel affecting ad at bottom, some handling soil, and a former owner touched up top-edge marginal scrapes with an inkpen, top rim of cloth possibly also (pretty good job). Young 3473.
Novel about Pachucos in San Quentin, with gay and drug themes. Scott and Leite were in a "beard marriage" (she was a lesbian, he was a closeted gay) and ran a bookshop in Berkeley called daliel’s. She is also known for her horror novel "I, Vampire"