Some Books of the Week
DURING the past month the books most in. demand at the Times Book Club have been :— - FICTION :--Shepherds in Sackcloth, by Sheila Kaye-Smith ; Her Privates We, by Private 19022 ; All Our Yesterdays, by H. M. Tomlinson ; Murder Yet to Come, by I. B. Myers ; The Voyage Home, by Storm Jameson ; Love's Illusion, by J. D. Beresford ; Turn Back the Leaves, by E. M. Delafield ; The Rocklitz, by George R. Preedy ; Chiri, by Colette.
NON-FICTION :The Incredible Marquis, by Alexandre Dumas ; The Coloured Countries, by Alec Waugh ; Hardman Papers, From the Letters of Sir William Hardman, Edited by S. M. Ellis ; Adventure, by Major-General. J. E. B. Seely- ; England, by Wilhelm Dibelius ; A Daughter of the Medicis : Story of Marguerite de Valois, by J. H. Mariejol ; The Odyssey of an Orchid Hunter, by F. D. Burdett ; Mr. Lloyd George, by Sir Charles Mallet.