MURDER YET TO COME, by Isabel Briggs Myers. (Gollancz. 7s.
6d.)—One has come to look for Messrs. Gollancz's yellow wrappers as an efficient guide in the search for a good detective story. This one has already been acclaimed winner of a prize of £1,500, and needs, perhaps, little further com- mendation to devotees. It is a sound, businesslike example of the thrilling, as opposed to the scientific, type and as such continues to hold some interest to the end. It must, however, be admitted that the reader will have solved the mystery long before this.