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Hell's Loose (1929)
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    Picked at Random (14 Reviews)
    People, by Edgar Wallace
    1. People by Edgar Wallace
    2. French France by Oliver Madox Hueffer
    3. The Devil Is a Woman by Alice Mary Kimball
    4. Hell's Loose by Roland Pertwee
    5. The Story of Superstition by Philip F. Waterman
    6. The Devil and the Deep Sea by Elizabeth Jordan
    7. All Victories Are Alike by Leane Zugsmith
    8. Wild Garden by Bliss Carman
    9. Lion by Martin Johnson
    10. The Pedro Gorino by Harry Dean and Sterling North
    11. The Guilty House by Charles Kingston
    12. Queen Louise of Prussia, 1776-1810 by Gertrude Kuntze-Dolton Aretz
    13. Peaks of Invention by Joseph Leeming
    14. The Diary of Tolstoy's Wife, 1860-1891 by Sophia A. Tolstoy
    The Outlook, March 27, 1929, pp. 515-520
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    Notes On New Books (23 Reviews)
    Detective Fiction
    1. The Copper Bottle by E.J. Millward
    2. The Perfect Murder Case by Christopher Bush
    3. Inspector Frost's Jigsaw by H. Maynard Smith
    4. The Man Who Rang the Bell by Milward Kennedy
    5. The Poison Plague by Will Levinrew
    6. Daredevil by Leslie Charteris
    7. The Shadow and the Stone by Laurence W. Meynell
    8. The Northing Tramp by Edgar Wallace
    9. Beware After Dark? by T. Everett Harre
    10. The Death Fear by Wyndham Martyn
    11. The Duke of York's Steps by Henry Wade
    12. The Riddle of the Rose by W.B.M. Ferguson
    13. Hell's Loose by Roland Pertwee
    14. The Sanfield Scandal by Richard Keverne
    15. The Needle's Kiss by Austin J. Small
    16. Sealed Orders by John Goodwin
    17. Mystery at Spanish Hacienda by Jackson Gregory
    18. Between Twelve and One by Vernon Loder
    19. The Murder in the Brownstone House by Wilson Collison
    20. The Invisible Web by H. Ashton-Wolfe and Edmond Locard
    21. The Mysterious Partner by A. Fielding
    22. Help Yourself to Happiness by Frank R. Adams
    23. The Roman Hat Mystery by Ellery Queen
    The Bookman, October 1929
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    The New Books (34 Reviews)
    Pot Shots from Pegasus, by Keith Preston
    1. Pot Shots from Pegasus by Keith Preston
    2. Scotland's Royal Line by Grant R. Francis
    3. Thomas Shadwell, His Life and Comedies by Albert S. Borgman
    4. A Dish for the Gods by Cyril Hume
    5. Sand Castle by Walter Millis
    6. Hell's Loose by Roland Pertwee
    7. Dearest Idol by Walter Beckett
    8. Summer Lightning by George F. Hummel
    9. The Woman Who Couldn't Die by Arthur Stringer
    10. Salad Days by Theodora Benson
    11. Let It Lie by John Goodwin
    12. The Valley of Olympus by Octavus Roy Cohen
    13. The Web of Murder by Austin J. Small
    14. Babes and Sucklings by Philip Wylie
    15. The Conjure Woman, and Other Conjure Tales by Charles W. Chesnutt
    16. Dynasty by Clarence Budington Kelland
    17. Quartet by Jean Rhys
    18. Virginia to Broadway and Black Sadie by T. Bowyer Campbell
    19. The Cluny Problem by A. Fielding
    20. The Person Called "Z" by J. Jefferson Farjeon
    21. Stillborn by Lillian Eichler
    22. Pioneers All! by Joseph Lewis French
    23. Little Brother of the Hudson by James A. Braden
    24. In Enemy Country by James Willard Schultz
    25. What Is the Mind? by George T.W. Patrick
    26. The Biology of Spiders by Theodore H. Savory
    27. How Animals Find Their Way About by Etienne Rabaud
    28. French France by Oliver Madox Hueffer
    29. New Roads in Old Virginia by Agnes Rothery
    30. The People of Tibet by Charles Bell
    31. Twelve Days by V. Sackville-West
    32. Persian Days by Copley Amory
    33. The Savage Solomons as They Were and Are by Stanley G.C. Knibbs
    34. A Cruising Voyage Around the World by Woodes Rogers and G.E. Mannering
    The Saturday Review, April 20, 1929, p. 933