New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1974.
A deeply moving autobiography, this is James Morris' dignified account of his lifelong conviction that he had been born into the wrong sex and only surgery could make him whole.
Although such procedures are standard today, he was a pioneer of the thinking and a veteran of the dilemma, always remaining a highly seductive writer, with 13 books already published as James and many more to come as Jan.
As New in as new dust-jacket, with great graphic cover art. Hardcover.