THE BIRD HOUSE MAN AND THE IDYLL OF TWIN FIRES.
By Walter Prichard Eaton. (Hodder and Stoughton.
3s. 6d. net each.) A sound commercial brand of American simple life stories.
THE CAVE WOMAN. By Norval Richardson. (Nash and Gray- son. 7s. 6d. net.) moral—men should avoid bad women.
THE NEGLECTED FIRE. By Holloway Horn. (Collins. 7s. 6d. net.) Moral—as above.
FALSE GODS. By Guy Thorne. (Ward, Lock and Co. 7s. net.) An excellent mystery story with a disappointing solution. It contains s very laughable copy -of versa, DESERT Dusr. By Edward L. Sabin.. (Hutchinson. 7s. 6d. net.)
An energetic tale of a "murderous villian" (as the publishers call him), his
girl-wife, and a young American genf.,an in the Wildest West. '
THE CLIFF PAra MYSTERY. By Headon Hill. (Ward, Lock and Co. 7s. net.) A detective story told in abysmal that:.
RANGY PETE. By Guy Morton. (Methuen. 7s. 6d. net.) The cunning of this cowboy makes o, lively stet'.
THE COPPER STREAK TRAIL. By Eugene Manlove Rhodes. (Hodder and Stoughton. 7s. 6d. net.) This Is a most exciting account of rivalries and intrigues in prospeding for copper. It is the best novel of its kind that has reached us.thN season.
WISDOM'S DAUGHTER. By H. Rider Haggard. (Hutchinson. 7s. 6d,. net.) "She" grows duller as she ages,