With Gun and Rod in Canada. By Phil H. Moore.
(Jonathan Cape. 12s. 6d. net.)—Mr. Moore's experiences of sport in Eastern and Western Canada have been long and varied, and are pleasantly described in this lively book. Moose and bear and cougar—which the Canadians call a " lion "—are the subjects of several chapters. The anecdotes of fly-fishing and canoeing in rapids are less unfamiliar and, on the whole, more interesting. The author says that the most ludicrous performance that he ever saw in a Canadian canoe was that of a captain who had been all over the world in sailing ships and was an expert yachtsman, but who was capsized when his canoe met a strong wind. The book is well illustrated with photographs.