Hollywood: Oxford Press, (1941). 8vo. Cloth. 325 p. 1st ed. Fine in d.w. with minor wear at edges. 
Novel of White Russian emigrés which is described on the dust wrapper in this fashion: "Olga Petroski, a devastatingly beautiful Russian Princess, robbed of her birthright, is a fugitive without passport. Her life, shadowed by the relentless O.G.P.U., by death and ceaseless peril, is a struggle for the things all other women claim as their right - love, a home, a country. The persecution of the White Russians, their adventurous struggle for survival, their intrigues, their moments of love and passion stolen from a tense world - these form a vivid tale, vibrant with life on every page." Frazier, who is identified as a writer and director at Warner Brothers, has garnered blurbs from various film folk, notably William Beaudine and Mack Sennett, for whom this novel is a "great human document" which "grips the heart strings from the first page to the last"