2 NOVEMBER 1907, Page 40

READABLE NovELs.—The Eternal Feminine. By Ada Cambridge. (Hurst and Blackett.

6s.)—A story of life in Australia, which, though entertaining, will not greatly enhance the reputation of its author.—The Messenger. By Frank Frankfort Moore.- (Hodder and Stoughton. 6s.)—This is a story of John Wesley in Cornwall, another of Mr. Frankfort Moore's courageous pictuiings of great historical personages, and, on the whole, successful.—Conspirators. By E. Phillips Oppenheim. (Ward,. Lock, and Co. Bs.)—An ingeniously complicated story of crime.