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Nevil Shute • 33 Items / 23 Books, 10 Articles
Most Secret (1945)
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Published Reviews
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    The Cherokee Strip (Review)
    Most Secret, by Nevil Shute
    1. Most Secret by Nevil Shute
    Commonweal, October 26, 1945, p. 54
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    Counterblow in the Channel (Review)
    Most Secret, by Nevil Shute
    1. Most Secret by Nevil Shute
    The Saturday Review, October 27, 1945, p. 15
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    Briefly Noted (7 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. The Wind Is Rising by Jules Romains
    2. Once in Every Lifetime by Tom Hanlin
    3. Any Number Can Play by Edward Harris Heth
    4. Most Secret by Nevil Shute
    5. All Summer Long by Wilder Hobson
    6. Country Mouse by Louise Andrews Kent
    7. ...And the Field Is the World by Dola de Jong
    The New Yorker, October 20, 1945, pp. 110-113
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    A Reader's List (8 Reviews)
    Labor, Today and Tomorrow, by Aaron Levenstein
    1. Labor, Today and Tomorrow by Aaron Levenstein
    2. Spending, Saving, and Employment by H. Gordon Hayes
    3. Why Do We Need National Health Insurance? by Ernst P. Boas
    4. The Einstein Theory of Relativity by Lillian R. Lieber and Hugh G. Liber
    5. Hahnemann by Martin Gumpert
    6. My Greatest Day in Baseball by John P. Carmichael
    7. Most Secret by Nevil Shute
    8. Appointment in Manila by Elinor Chamberlain
    The New Republic, December 10, 1945, pp. 812-814