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The Bookman, July 1928 Issue
- 56 Articles, 166pp
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    2. Seaports in the Moon by Vincent Starrett
    3. Ashenden, or the British Agent by W. Somerset Maugham
    4. Karin's Mother by Margaret L. Goldsmith
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