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The Marquis de Bolibar (1926)
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    Brief Reviews (8 Reviews)
    Carrington, by Gretchen Gerzina
    1. Carrington by Gretchen Gerzina
    2. Keep the Change by Thomas McGuane
    3. Ravens in Winter by Bernd Heinrich
    4. The Marquis de Bolibar by Leo Perutz
    5. A Soldier of the Company by Albert Hervey and Charles Allen
    6. Hokusai One Hundred Poets by Peter Morse
    7. Talking God by Tony Hillerman
    8. Wartime by Paul Fussell
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1989, pp. 115-116
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    The New Books (29 Reviews)
    1. When Is Always? by Coningsby Dawson
    2. Pressure by Margaret Culkin Banning
    3. Sack and Sugar by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
    4. Diedrich Knickerbocker's History of New York by Washington Irving, Stanley Williams, and Tremaine McDowell, ...
    5. Idle Island by Ethel Hueston
    6. Clad in Purple Mist by Catherine I. Dodd
    7. Dream's End by Thorne Smith
    8. Job's Niece by Grace Livingston Hill
    9. Black Butterflies by Elizabeth Jordan
    10. The Marquis de Bolibar by Leo Perutz
    11. The Breakwater by Walter A. Dyer
    12. The Verdict of You All by Henry Wade
    13. The Wreck of the "Redwing" by Beatrice Grimshaw
    14. The Dark Fire by Elinor Mordaunt
    15. Guns of Galt by Denison Clift
    16. Burning Witches by Marie de Montalvo
    17. Ladies and Gentlemen by Irvin S. Cobb
    18. The Talking Woman by Horace Horsnell
    19. The Ace of Danger by Augustus Muir
    20. The Voice of Dashin by Martin L.A. Gompertz
    21. A Man of Little Faith by Reginald Wright Kauffman
    22. Yerney's Justice by Ivan Cankar
    23. Ant-Hills by Hannah Berman
    24. Ann Decides by Robert Keable
    25. Harangue by Garet Garrett
    26. Deep Enough by Malcolm Ross
    27. Jonah and Co. by Dornford Yates
    28. Alpha by Emery Balint
    29. The Bird of Fire by Maria Moravsky
    The Saturday Review, April 23, 1927, pp. 764-767
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    The Bookman's Guide to Fiction (71 Reviews)
    Revelry, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
    1. Revelry by Samuel Hopkins Adams
    2. This Day's Madness by Adelaide Champneys
    3. Joykin by Michael Arabian
    4. Pa: The Head of the Family by Margaret Eliza Ashmun
    5. The Ghost Book by Cynthia Asquith
    6. Andy Brandt's Ark by Edna Bryner
    7. The Pendulum by Annie S. Swan
    8. The Delectable Mountains by M. Struthers Burt
    9. The Silver Cord by George Agnew Chamberlain
    10. Falling Seeds by Elisabeth Cobb Chapman
    11. Sweepings by Lester Cohen
    12. The Outer Gate by Octavus Roy Cohen
    13. Speak to the Earth by Sarah Comstock
    14. Sorrell and Son by Warwick Deeping
    15. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
    16. I'll Have a Fine Funeral by Pierre de la Maziere
    17. An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser
    18. The Private Life of Helen of Troy by John Erskine
    19. Galahad by John Erskine
    20. Show Boat by Edna Ferber
    21. Flower Phantoms by Ronald Fraser
    22. The Silver Spoon by John Galsworthy
    23. Vivian by H.L. Gates
    24. The Golden Centipede by Louise Gerard
    25. Labels by A. Hamilton Gibbs
    26. The Young Anarchy by Philip Gibbs
    27. The Romantic Comedians by Ellen Glasgow
    28. Lucky Numbers by Montague Glass
    29. Under the Tonto Rim by Zane Grey
    30. The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
    31. Ironical Tales by Laurence Housman
    32. The Islanders by Helen R. Hull
    33. Young in the "Nineties" by Una Hunt
    34. Song of Life by Fannie Hurst
    35. The Victory Murders by Foster Johns
    36. The Big Mogul by Joseph C. Lincoln
    37. Lord of Himself by Percy Marks
    38. Among Those Present by Lois Montross
    39. Forever Free by Honore Willsie Morrow
    40. A Wreath of Cloud by Arthur Waley and Lady Murasaki
    41. Chevrons by Leonard H. Nason
    42. The Hard-Boiled Virgin by Frances Newman
    43. Crazy Pavements by Beverley Nichols
    44. Break o' Day by Con O'Leary
    45. The Dark Dawn by Martha Ostenso
    46. Zero by H. Collinson Owen
    47. Tomorrow Morning by Anne Parrish
    48. The Marriage Bed by Ernest Pascal
    49. The Marquis de Bolibar by Leo Perutz
    50. Black April by Julia Peterkin
    51. The Magic Garden by Gene Stratton-Porter
    52. Adam in Moonshine by J.B. Priestley
    53. Cherry Square by Grace S. Richmond
    54. Deep Enough by Malcolm Ross
    55. The Old Countess by Anne Douglas Sedgwick (Mrs. Basil de Selincourt)
    56. Half-Gods by Murray Sheehan
    57. The Plutocrat by Booth Tarkington
    58. One Crystal and a Mother by Ellen Du Pois Taylor
    59. The Admiral and Others by Peggy Temple
    60. Wild Orchard by Dan Totheroh
    61. Sarati the Terrible by Jean Vignaud
    62. Harmer John by Hugh Walpole
    63. Never Give All by Maude Radford Warren
    64. Passing the Love of Women by Joseph White
    65. Latterday Symphony by Romer Wilson
    66. Divots by P.G. Wodehouse
    67. Beau Geste by Percival Christopher Wren
    68. Driftwood Spars by Percival Christopher Wren
    69. Beau Sabreur by Percival Christopher Wren
    70. The Orphan Angel by Elinor Wylie
    71. Love Is Enough by Francis Brett Young
    The Bookman, May 1927, pp. 334-336