The Free Press (a division of Simon & Schuster Inc), New York, 1997
Octavo. Original black paper boards with red backstrip. Titles to spine in gilt. Illustrated dust jacket, unclipped, faded slightly to spine. A fine copy.
Inscribed by the author to title page, "To Ian Wavender (?) with thanks for your generosity D Mamet 3 Mar 03".
Mamet's novel examines the conflicted psychology of assimilated jews in a Christian society against the real events surrounding Leo Frank, a Southern Jew falsely accused of murder in 1914.