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Richard Warren Hatch • 5 Items / 4 Books, 1 Poem
Into the Wind (1929)
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    Three Good Books (2 Reviews)
    The Reading Interests and Habits of Adults, by William S. Gray and Ruth Munroe
    1. The Reading Interests and Habits of Adults by William S. Gray and Ruth Munroe
    2. Into the Wind by Richard Warren Hatch
    The Outlook, April 3, 1929, p. 548
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    Minor Characters (5 Reviews)
    Dark Star, by Lorna Moon
    1. Dark Star by Lorna Moon
    2. Into the Wind by Richard Warren Hatch
    3. Thumbcap Weir by Frances Gillmor
    4. The Devil Beats His Wife by Ben Wasson
    5. Hobby House by Russell Neale
    The Nation, May 1, 1929, p. 537
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    The New Books (19 Reviews)
    Too Many People, and Other Reflections, by J.B. Priestley
    1. Too Many People, and Other Reflections by J.B. Priestley
    2. The New Industrial Revolution by Walter Meakin
    3. A Dead Man Dies by Percy Marks
    4. The Wagon and the Star by Lida Larrimore
    5. People by Edgar Wallace
    6. Into the Wind by Richard Warren Hatch
    7. The Kingdom of Lu by Maurice Magre
    8. Midwinter by John Buchan
    9. The Broken Marriage by Sinclair Murray
    10. Neapolitan Ice by Renee Haynes
    11. Blue Eyes and Gray by Emmuska Baroness Orczy
    12. The Yellow Pigeon by Carmel Haden Guest
    13. The Great Permanence by Graham Sutton
    14. Men Call Me Fool by Dan Totheroh
    15. The Lives and Deaths of Roland Greer by Richard Lionel Pyke
    16. Rivalry of the United States and Great Britain over Latin America, 1808-1830 by J. Fred Rippy
    17. The Return to Laisser Faire by Ernest John Pickstone Benn
    18. Deep-Sea Bubbles by Henry H. Bootes
    19. Kirk on the Zambesi by Reginald Coupland
    The Saturday Review, May 11, 1929, p. 1003