HotPr of Glory, by Robert Lund tHarrap, 12s. 6d.). Colourful. semi-historical romance. Capture of Guam from Spanish. Anti-clerical beachcomber becomes first American Governor. Islanders eventually turn against heretic. Competent first novel. The Invisible Worm, by Gordon Sager (Chapman and Hall. 10s. 6d.). Suicide in Sicily. Investigations shift scene to New York. Neatly worked out. Flippantly well written. The Rest Is Silence, by Pamela Barrington (Evans, 9s. 6d.). Shoplifting, Murder. Blackmail. Burglary. With true lovers' bow neatly tied at the end. Babel Itself, by Samuel Yowl (Cassell, les. 6de. One enan's influence for evil over houseful of decedents. Another man's effort to introduce sanity and decency. Inclusive ending. Unpleasant story slickly told.
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