New York, Mitchell Kennerley, n.d. . First edition, first impression. Hardback. A very good copy. Richardson was a British crime writer. In this book the crime is undertaken with the science fictional device of an identity exchange. The identity exchange is one of the male personality being transferred into the female body (and doing a better job of it apparently). The book has more than a whiff of misogyny, but it is an interesting entry in the realm of fictional gender studies. The book itself is a little toned to the spine, with the rear hinge separating. A little bumping to the spine tips and an owner's inscription to the front pastedown. [9626, Hyraxia Books].