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Thunder Below (1931)
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    The Week's Reading (Review)
    Thunder Below, by Thomas Rourke
    1. Thunder Below by Thomas Rourke
    The Outlook, September 16, 1931, p. 90
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    Love in the Caribbees (Review)
    Thunder Below, by Thomas Rourke
    1. Thunder Below by Thomas Rourke
    The Saturday Review, September 19, 1931, p. 131
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    Check List of New Books (5 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. Thunder Below by Thomas Rourke
    2. The Opening of a Door by George Davis
    3. The Wet Parade by Upton Sinclair
    4. Dona Barbara by Romulo Gallegos
    5. The Sons of Mrs. Aab by Sarah Gertrude Millin
    The American Mercury, November 1931
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    Books in Brief (20 Reviews)
    Living My Life, by Emma Goldman
    1. Living My Life by Emma Goldman
    2. Our Lawless Police by Ernest Jerome Hopkins
    3. Newton D. Baker: America at War by Frederick Palmer
    4. These Thirteen by William Faulkner
    5. The Rediscovery of Jones by Simeon Strunsky
    6. Friends and Relations by Elizabeth Bowen
    7. The Lady Who Came to Stay by R.E. Spencer
    8. Thunder Below by Thomas Rourke
    9. Red-Headed Woman by Katharine Brush
    10. America Hispana: A Portrait and a Prospect by Waldo David Frank
    11. Two People by A.A. Milne
    12. America Weighs Her Gold by James Harvey Rogers
    13. The Best Short Stories of 1931 by Edward J. O'Brien
    14. The Best British Short Stories of 1931 by Edward J. O'Brien
    15. Finch's Fortune by Mazo de la Roche
    16. The Sons of Mrs. Aab by Sarah Gertrude Millin
    17. Four Frightened People by E. Arnot Robertson
    18. Lesby by Elizabeth P. Willis
    19. John Henry by Roark Bradford
    20. Susan Spray by Sheila Kaye-Smith
    The Forum, December 1931