New York: Grossman Publ.; Random House; New American Libr. (1965, 1967, 1972). First edition of all three volumes. Early works by the novelist, Pop artist, playwright, and former professional wrestler ("Rosa Carlo, the Mexican Spitfire"). I AM THE BEAUTIFUL STRANGER (her first novel, Grossman: 1965) is fine in near fine dust jacket. THE LINE OF LEAST EXISTENCE (her second play, Random House: 1967) shows slight fading at head of spine but is otherwise fine in dust jacket with crease and several short tears to head of spine. TO SMITHEREENS (her third novel, NAL: 1972) shows fading to base of spine but is otherwise fine in fine dust jacket with just few tiny nicks--and it's INSCRIBED TO PAUL "Dr. Z" ZIMMERMAN, "To Paul, in admiration, Rosalyn Drexler." Altogether a near fine set, with the last volume being INSCRIBED.