ng is that there may actually have been female gladiators. Who knew?
The beat-up copy here, which lived on a shelf at Grandma's beach house and was abused by decades' worth of houseguests, dates from the mid-40s.
Eunice Rosewater was a New England novelist, a chess champion, and married to a senator. Her prose style has been described, charitably, as "Lyttonesque."
We've heard that there was a paperback re-issue in the early 60s, which didn't sell. Copies are said to be very, very rare.
In completely unrelated news, they got Suspect #2.