New York, Collier, n.d., circa early 1900s. Count Fabio Romani dies of cholera and is quickly buried due to the contagion of the disease. But he isn't really dead, and discovers a vast treasure buried in his family's crypt. When he returns to his strangely indifferent family he vows revenge on his wife and her new lover. Slight wear to extremities, spine lettering faded. Binding loose in spots. $30.00.