by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Cover art and illustrations by Ned Dameron
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Donald M. Grant, Publisher, West Kingston, RI, 1999; Hardcover; 352+viii pp; First Edition, 750 copies.
Written by Edgar Rice Burroughs in 1924 and published now for the first time, MARCIA OF THE DOORSTEP is a romantic novel written in the 'realistic' vein of THE GIRL FROM HOLLYWOOD and THE GIRL FROM FARRIS'S. It is a novel of blackmail and society high and low, of shipwreck and a desert island, of Broadway and Hollywood, of stunt flying and coyote hunting, all intertwined with the life of a "doorstep baby" who grows up to be a fine young lady who falls in love with her own brother. It is Burrough's longest novel.