Translated from the German by E.E. Wilson. Cleveland & New York: International Fiction Library/ World Syndicate Pub., (1929). 12mo. 256 p. Red cloth. Ads rear d/j , rear flap lists 18 titles with IFL open book logo at bottom. Paper browning, else near Fine in light soiled d/j, 1" tear head of spine. Front panel illus. with slender flapper with cigarette, backless dress and jeweled and feathered head piece and attitude. Gentlemen in formal attire ogle in the background. 
"The story tells of a young film actress at Hollywood, who, in taking the part of the slave attendant of Cleopatra, has to apply the poisonous snake to the breast of a famous star. In doing so, she pierces her with a syringe containing a deadly dose of morphia. Breathless incidents follow..."