Hal Ellson, Corgi Books, 1972, first published in 1950, 19th Edition, Softcover. With an introduction by anti-violence campaigner Dr Fredric Wertham.

Back cover blurb:
She was fifteen. Her mother was dead, her father was a drunk. She was leader of the toughest cellar club in the city - it took a cruel initiation to get in and you couldn't get out alive. Tomboy planned the capers, the rumbles with other gangs. She mugged drunks and robbed trucks and stores to buy presents for her boyfriend. But she hadn't let any boy cut his initials into her arm - yet.

Condition: Fair. Shelfwear, label ripped off mark on front cover, bottom of spine peeled, still a good reader copy.

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