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Hobby House (1928)
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    Fiction Notes (3 Reviews)
    Judith Silver, by Hector Bolitho
    1. Judith Silver by Hector Bolitho
    2. Hobby House by Russell Neale
    3. Belinda by Hilaire Belloc
    The New Republic, June 5, 1929, pp. 80-82
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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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    Take It or Leave It (15 Reviews)
    June Reading
    1. Hobby House by Russell Neale
    2. Dark Star by Lorna Moon
    3. Dark Hester by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
    4. Tomorrow Never Comes by R.L. Duffus
    5. Jehovah's Day by Mary Borden
    6. Anastasia by Harriet von Rathlef-Keilmann
    7. For Lancelot Andrewes by T.S. Eliot
    8. The Dictionary of American Biography by Allen Johnson and Dumas Malone
    9. The Life of H.R.H. the Duke of Flamborough, by Benjamin Bunny by Laurence Housman
    10. John Jacob Astor by Arthur D. Howden Smith
    11. Bitter Bierce by C. Hartley Grattan
    12. Portrait of Ambrose Bierce by Adolphe D. de Castro
    13. A Daughter of Earth by Agnes Smedley
    14. The Last Home of Mystery by E. Alexander Powell
    15. Red Tiger by Phillips Russell
    The Forum, June 1929
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    Notes On New Books (16 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. The Heaven and Earth of Dona Elena by Grace Zaring Stone
    2. Storm House by Kathleen Norris
    3. The Green Parrot by Princess Marthe Bibesco
    4. Hobby House by Russell Neale
    5. Penny Dreadful by Malcolm Ross
    6. Marion Isle by H. Rider Haggard
    7. The Woman Who Commanded 500,000,000 Men by Charles Pettit
    8. A Humble Lear by Lorna Doone Beers
    9. Cold Steel by M.P. Shiel
    10. Joan Kennedy by Henry Channon
    11. Rain Before Seven by Jessie Douglas Fox
    12. Dark Weather by Marguerite R. Baldwin
    13. Fish Preferred by P.G. Wodehouse
    14. The Romantic Prince by Rafael Sabatini
    15. Viennese Love by Hugo Bettauer
    16. The White Girl by Vera Caspary
    The Bookman, August 1929
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    The Week's Reading (17 Reviews)
    The Motives of Proteus, by Jose E. Rodo
    1. The Motives of Proteus by Jose E. Rodo
    2. Presidents I've Known and Two Near Presidents by Charles Willis Thompson
    3. Incentives to Study by Albert Beecher Crawford
    4. The Physical Basis of Society by Carl Kelsey
    5. America's Ambassadors to England, 1785-1928 by Beckles Willson
    6. Black America by Scott Nearing
    7. Queen Cleopatra by Talbot Mundy
    8. Pale Warriors by David Hamilton
    9. Dynasty by Clarence Budington Kelland
    10. The Talisman of Kubla Khan, 1229-1298 by Lititia Beryl Tucker Wingate
    11. Hobby House by Russell Neale
    12. These Are My Jewels by Lily B. Campbell
    13. Plum Bun by Jessie Redmon Fauset
    14. Thumbcap Weir by Frances Gillmor
    15. Other Ways and Other Flesh by Edith O'Shaughnessy
    16. Mary, Queen of Scots by Margarete Kurlbaum-Siebert
    17. The Re-Discovery of America by Waldo D. Frank
    The Outlook, March 13, 1929, p. 429