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Year 1933 Archives
 
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  • The Bookman
    Total Archives: 39 Years, 423 Issues, 19,136 Articles, 49,058pp
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    1. The Bookman
      , January 1933, pp. 103-106 - PDF
    2. The Bookman
      , February 1933, pp. 206-210 - PDF
    3. [+]
      (22 Reviews)
      General
      1. Never Ask the End by Isabel Paterson
      2. In Tragic Life by Vardis Fisher
      3. Death and the Lover by Herman Hesse
      4. Before the Fact by Francis Iles
      5. Young Woman of 1914 by Arnold Zweig
      6. Bred in the Bone by Eden Phillpotts
      7. Tristan and Isolde: Restoring Palamede by John Erskine
      8. The Anxious Days by Philip Gibbs
      9. Forgive Us Our Trespasses by Lloyd C. Douglas
      10. Greenbanks by Dorothy Whipple
      11. Human Being by Christopher Morley
      12. The House Under the Water by Francis Brett Young
      13. Giants Should Be Gelded by Bogart Carlaw
      14. Wanton Mally by Booth Tarkington
      15. God's Angry Man by Leonard Ehrlich
      16. Farewell, Miss Julie Logan by J.M. Barrie
      17. The Cat Who Saw God by Anna Gordon Keown
      18. Charmian, Lady Vibart by Jeffery Farnol
      19. The Tenth Moon by Dawn Powell
      20. Desired Haven by Henrietta Leslie
      21. The Second Son by Dominique Dunois
      22. Fabian by Erich Kastner
      The Bookman
      , January 1933, p. 96 - PDF
    4. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Short Stories
      1. Women Against Men by Storm Jameson
      2. The Heartless Land by James Stern
      3. The Haunted Mirror by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
      4. The Pastures of Heaven by John Steinbeck
      The Bookman
      , January 1933, p. 97 - PDF
    5. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Detective and Mystery
      1. Mystery at the JHC Ranch by W.C. Tuttle
      2. The Mystery of the Rabbit's Paw by Selwyn Jepson
      3. The Box from Japan by Harry Stephen Keeler
      4. Murder of the Lawyer's Clerk by J.S. Fletcher
      5. Anonymous Footsteps by John Marshall O'Connor
      6. Those Seven Alibis by Charles G. Booth
      The Bookman
      , January 1933, p. 97 - PDF
    6. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      General
      1. Ann Vickers by Sinclair Lewis
      2. The Bulpington of Blup by H.G. Wells
      3. The Last Adam by James Gould Cozzens
      4. Pageant by G.B. Lancaster
      5. The Body's Rapture by Jules Romains
      6. The Coloured Dome by Francis Stuart
      7. One More Spring by Robert Nathan
      8. Hot Places by Alan Pryce-Jones
      9. Public Faces by Harold Nicolson
      10. Imitation of Life by Fannie Hurst
      11. The Mirror of Fools by Alfred Neumann
      12. Mr. Chilvester's Daughters by Edith Olivier
      13. Susanne by Johannes Buchholtz
      14. Young Mr. X by Elizabeth Jordan
      15. Tropical Winter by Joseph Hergesheimer
      16. The Island of Dr. Moreau by H.G. Wells
      17. Mrs. Van Kleek by Elinor Mordaunt
      18. The Bridge by Naomi Royde-Smith
      19. Jealousy by Norah C. James
      The Bookman
      , February 1933, p. 201 - PDF
    7. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Detective and Mystery
      1. Three Novels of Mystery by Mrs. Belloc Lowndes
      2. I'll Tell You Everything by J.B. Priestley and Gerald Bullett
      3. Danger in the Dark by Arthur M. Chase
      4. Villa Aurelia by Burton Egbert Stevenson
      5. I, the Criminal by David Sharp
      6. In Time for Murder by R.A.J. Walling
      7. The Murder of Sigurd Sharon by H. Ashbrook
      8. The White Cockatoo by Mignon G. Eberhart
      9. The Kennel Murder Case by S.S. Van Dine
      10. Dr. Priestley Lays a Trap by John Rhode
      The Bookman
      , February 1933, p. 202 - PDF
    8. [+]
      (24 Reviews)
      General
      1. The Lovely Lady, and Other Stories by D.H. Lawrence
      2. Who Goes Sailing? by John Connell
      3. To the North by Elizabeth Bowen
      4. She Would and She Wouldn't by Helene Eliat
      5. Sublunary by L.E. Martin
      6. Mother and Four by Isabel Wilder
      7. Erie Water by Walter D. Edmonds
      8. Hardy Perennial by Helen Hull
      9. The Knife of the Times, and Other Stories by William Carlos Williams
      10. Saunders Oak by Robert Raynolds
      11. Madame Maillart by Claude Aveline
      12. Let the Hurricane Roar by Rose Wilder Lane
      13. Awake by Susan Prior
      14. Ye Drunken Damozel by Simon Jesty
      15. The Boat of Longing by Ole E. Rolvaag
      16. Black Cabin by Green Peyton
      17. Don Juan and the Wheelbarrow, and Other Stories by L.A.G. Strong
      18. This Is My Man by W.B. Maxwell
      19. The Middle Generation by John D. Beresford
      20. A Marriage of Convenience by Anne Green
      21. Jenny Wren by E.H. Young
      22. Fanny Penquite by Edith Saunders
      23. Desire---Spanish Version by Evelyn Eaton
      24. The Mask of Silenus by Babette Deutsch
      The Bookman
      , March 1933, p. 304 - PDF
    9. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Detective and Mystery
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , March 1933, p. 305 - PDF
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , March 1933, pp. 233-238 - PDF
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , February 1933, pp. 105-113 - PDF
    10. Sussex Doom
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , January 1933, p. 47 - PDF
    11. Mr. Galsworthy's England and Mr. Lewis's America
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , January 1933, p. 48 - PDF
    12. The Eternal Feminine
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , February 1933, p. 148 - PDF
    13. Bee-Keeping and Literature
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , February 1933, p. 149 - PDF
    14. Stephen Leacock
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , February 1933, p. 150 - PDF
    15. Anatole France's Notebooks
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , February 1933, p. 151 - PDF
    16. The Oxford "Companion"
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , February 1933, p. 152 - PDF
    17. Life in Death
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , March 1933, p. 252 - PDF
    18. Working with George Moore
      1. The Father Brown Omnibus by G.K. Chesterton
      2. Aldringham's Last Chance by Arthur J. Rees
      3. The Hidden Door by Frank L. Packard
      4. Genius in Murder by E.R. Punshon
      5. Atlantic Murder by Frank H. Shaw
      6. Slade of the Yard by Richard Essex
      7. The Circle of Death by Charles J. Dutton
      8. Mystery of the Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace
      9. The Imperfect Crime by Bruce Graeme
      10. The Crossroad Murders by Georges Simenon
      The Bookman
      , March 1933, p. 252 - PDF