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Clare Ogden Davis • 2 Items / 1 Book, 1 Article
The Woman of It (1929)
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    Notes On New Books (13 Reviews)
    1. Penrod Jashber by Booth Tarkington
    2. The Partnership by Phyllis Bentley
    3. Up At the Villa by Marie Cher
    4. Whiteoaks of Jalna by Mazo de la Roche
    5. Cora Potts by Ward Greene
    6. The Woman of It by Clare Ogden Davis
    7. Don't Call Me Clever by Lawrence Drake
    8. Domestic Animal by Eric Hatch
    9. The Incredible Year by Faith Baldwin
    10. Night Club by Katharine Brush
    11. The Chronicles of a Gigolo by Julian Swift
    12. Eileen of the Trees by H. De Vere Stacpoole
    13. Marriage for Two by Arthur Somers Roche
    The Bookman, November 1929
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    The New Books (27 Reviews)
    1. The Vale of Aragon by Fred Mclaughlin
    2. Three Loves by Max Brod
    3. Sham by Joseph Hocking
    4. The Rich Young Man by G.M. Attenborough
    5. Sarah and Son by Timothy Shea
    6. Extra-Girl by Stella G.S. Perry
    7. Golden Pilgrimage by Bayard Schindel
    8. The Man in the Queue by Josephine Tey
    9. Thieve's Nights by Harry Stephen Keeler
    10. Living by Henry Green
    11. Pelican Coast by Alan LeMay
    12. Scraps of Paper by Marietta Minnigerode Andrews
    13. The Matheson Formula by J.S. Fletcher
    14. Family Group by Patrick Diana
    15. Sacrifice by Owen Johnson
    16. Paying Guests by E.F. Benson
    17. The Roman Hat Mystery by Ellery Queen
    18. Tomorrow's Voyage by Leonard Hess
    19. A King of Shadows by Margaret Yeo
    20. The Red Napoleon by Floyd Gibbons
    21. Evangelical Cockroach by Jack Woodford
    22. Lone Voyagers by Wanda Fraiken Neff
    23. Trenck: The Love Story of a Favourite by Bruno Frank
    24. The Woman of It by Clare Ogden Davis
    25. Between Twelve and One by Vernon Loder
    26. The Double Axe by Audrey Haggard
    27. John Quixote by C.E. Scoggins
    The Saturday Review, October 12, 1929, pp. 252-259