Just Off Fifth

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In the East Seventies there is a cream-colored brick apartment house of unusually beautiful design that rise upward from a bed of low brownstone mansions at its base. It is known as Number Ten and about one hundred feet from the corner of Fifth Avenue. Lawrence Rider built it there on purpose because he believed in the elegant understatement of a side-street address. Once built, Rider acquired his first tenant and here the story begins. (288 Pgs.)

AUTHOR: Edith P. Begner
PUBLISHER: Rinehart & Co.
YEAR: 1959
FORMAT: Hardcover