New York: Chariot Books, 1960. Paperback. 160p., lightly-worn first mass-market paperback edition in pictorial wraps, paperclip indentation on one page corner and two small dog ears, only one found in OCLC as of Feb. 2020,
A fictional account of a white man who turns black and is arrested and charged with raping a white woman. First published in hardcover by Padell in 1954. Predates "Black Like Me" by seven years and "Watermelon Man" by sixteen years. The author was an active Trotskyist in the Thirties and worked in the WPA.