Two “Night Wind” Adventures, Pulp Origin

Writing as Varick Vanardy, prolific dime-novel scribe Frederick van Rensselaer Dey created Bingham Harvard, a physically powerful protagonist caught between cops and crooks alike and known as the Night Wind for his nocturnal prowlings. The character’s exploits originally appeared in such Munsey pulps as The Cavalier and All-Story Weekly. Here we have vintage hardcover versions of the final two novels in the series. The Night Wind’s Promise is an M. A. Donohue reprint of the 1914 G. W. Dillingham first edition. It’s a VG+ copy marred only by a small stain on the back cover. The Lady of the Night Wind is the 1919 Macaulay first edition, with very slight fading to the spine but otherwise VG+. Both books are clean, tight, and quite scarce in any condition.

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Price: $15.00