London, Jarrolds, 1933. First edition, first impression. Hardback. A very good copy. Inscribed by the author to the endpaper. An uncommon ghost story which finds our protagonist 'haunted' by the ghost of Lord Byron. Alas, the presumably quite gobby old boy can't speak in his spectral form so has to communicate in other manners, by which the plot unfolds. Jacket's pretty much complete with a few chips and tears, spine lean, some offsetting. [10420, Hyraxia Books].