author of SIGNED WITH THEIR HONOUR
now writes his second major novel of men against great odds
The story of an escape, a return and a raid by sea; a vivid moment of the war, where not only the sheer action, but the things fought for and against, symbolize the living realities of our time.
Hit novels are real because he wai there,
The story of four unforgettable men . . . and an unforgettable adventure, “. . . passionate and vivid . . . a finely told tale of stirring action.”—BEN AMES WUlAMS. The scene is Crete. $2.50
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THE COLLECTED WORKS OF
MRS. PETER WILLOUGHBY
By Mary Elizabeth Plummet*
If the New Yorker had seen her first, Atlantic. readers could not have grown so fond of Mrs. Peter Willoughby, for, in her own way, she is a typical New Yorker. Residents of that city and “the old lady from Dubuque” will find this gentle satire strikingly close to the truth. One half of the book appeared in the Atlantic Monthly. $2.00 An Atlantic Monthly Press Book
By Evelyn Waugh
A new edition of a minor classic with “the defiant hilarity of a dance on a sinking ship.”
—alexander woollcott. $2.50
The book that has taken the critics by storm
By llona Ralf Sues
lewis gannett, N. Y. Herald Tribune, “shark’s fins and mil-let is the brash and often spicy story. . . of a Polish girl who went out to China and saw rather more than she had bargained for.”
3 printings before publication
ALICE DIXON BOND, Boston
Herald.”. . . as vivid/ racy/ Informative/ personal. . . sympathetic, understanding and explosive an account of China as has ever been written.”
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