Yes, that's what I meant; how fortunate it has some nostalgia value.

The publisher (Five Star) is really a packager, without any physical facilities of its own. So they struck some sort of deal with Thorndike Press in Unity, ME, to edit and print books under the Five Star name; my editor for Jack Be Quick is on the Thorndike staff. What Thorndike usually publishes is large-print editions of previously published novels; they've done reprints of a few of mine. But all the large-print books I've seen have that same look -- no dust jacket, something like a library binding.

But the cover scanned into a .jpg file very nicely. I've got that cover up four places on the web.