New York: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, 1932. Hardcover. 320p., first edition, soiling to pages and heavily soiled yellow cloth boards with vignette on cover, ownership name.
Abdullah was the pseudonym of an American writer who supposedly came to the US from Yalta and whose parents were born in Afghanistan. He was known for his adventure tales in Argosy Magazine and others as well as the screenplays for "Lives of a Bengal Lancer" and "Thief of Baghdad." Baldwin was a popular women's fiction author in the 1920s-50s. Only 8 holdings located in OCLC as of 6/2021.