New York: Exposition Press, 1965. First Edition. Cloth. 8vo, 119 pages. Beige cloth-covered boards with black accents; lightly tanned pages. Stated first edition. Firm binding; no loose pages. Book with minor wear. Smudge inside the front cover and a gift inscription. Price-clipped dust jacket with sunned spine and some chipping; now encased in a clear, protective cover. Good / good. Item #8574
From the dust jacket: "This collection of tall tales about the Ozark hill people presents a vivid assortment of some of the zaniest characters and wildest escapades ever to see print. Himself an Ozarkian, the author pokes fun at human nature and its oddities in this anthology of humor."