2 MARCH 1929, Page 20

-Some Books 61 the Week

DURING the past month the books most in demand at The Times Book Club have been :— NON-FICTION : Pages from the Diary of Lord D'Abenum, Anibassador- of Peaie, 'Vol. I ; Sir Edmund Hornby, an Auto- biography.; Three. .Perions, by Sir Andrew MaePhail ; HOw We Lived Then, 1914-18, by Mrs. C. S. Peel ; On Mediterranean Shores, by EMU Ludwig ; French France, by 0: M. Hueffer.

Ficriok : Portrait in the Mirror, by Charles Morgan ; Lily Christine,.by Michael. Arlen ; Vivandiere, by P. F. Gaye ; The Dettchley Inheritance, by Stephen. McKenna ; Joseph and His Brethren, by H. W. Freeman ; One of these Ways, by Mrs. Belloc Lowndes ; Three, by 'Pamela Frankau.