Under the Wolf's Fell. By Dorothy Moore. (S. W. Partridge
and Co. 5s.)—The " Fifteen" has, we fancy, furnished far fewer romances than the " Forty-five." But that it can be made the pivot of a fascinating tale is proved in Under the Wolf's Fell. Miss Moore knows how to make her characters live, and in the delinea- tion of one of them she has achieved a success of which she may be justly proud. Oliver 17nwin is a really fine piece of character drawing; and the story of how his devotion to her father's memory nearly proved the undoing of all Hope Chetwyncl's chances of happiness is one that we can most thoroughly recommend.