Down I Go
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Down I Go
A man and woman sit smoking cigarettes and regarding each other with pleasant expressions. The woman is red-haired and sits on the floor, one shoe off, back against the wall. The man, in tee shirt and jeans, sits backwards in a straight chair, hands resting on its back and chin against his hands. Cigarettes, butts, and a glass are on the wooden floor around the couple.
In banner at head of title on front cover and on spine: Lili took a man for all he was worth.
On front cover: Author of "Shakedown."
On front cover: Complete and unabridged.
On back cover: Vice frame-up
On back cover: "A real toughie about a renegade cop who smashes a vice ring. Top drawer." Tempo and Quick Magazine.
A red-haired woman clad in pink slip and black heels sits in a chair in front of a vanity table, arms raised as she pins up her hair. A man with tie undone leans against the chair behind her, smoking and watching her. A hatbox is at her feet.
White background with yellow banners at head and foot with black and red text.
not identified and Kerr, Ben, 1922-1962?, “Down I Go,” Digital Collections - University at Buffalo Libraries, accessed March 5, 2021, https://digital.lib.buffalo.edu/items/show/28979.