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  • Doomsday (1927) by Warwick Deeping
    10 Reviews, 8 Readable
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      (2 Reviews)
      Doomsday, by Warwick Deeping
      1. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
      2. Sorrell and Son by Warwick Deeping
      The Saturday Review
      , February 12, 1927, pp. 573-574 - PDF
    2. [+]
      (71 Reviews)
      Comrade Jill, by Herbert Adams
      1. Comrade Jill by Herbert Adams
      2. Revelry by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      3. This Day's Madness by Adelaide Champneys
      4. Dawn by Irving Bacheller
      5. Alpha by Emery Balint
      6. The Mouls House Mystery by Charles Barry
      7. The Manchu Cloud by James W. Bennett
      8. Early Autumn by Louis Bromfield
      9. The Delectable Mountains by M. Struthers Burt
      10. Her Son's Wife by Dorothy Canfield
      11. Shadows Waiting by Eleanor Carroll Chilton
      12. Ladies and Gentlemen by Irvin S. Cobb
      13. The Field of Mustard by A.E. Coppard
      14. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
      15. Sorrell and Son by Warwick Deeping
      16. Jill by E.M. Delafield
      17. The Black Knight by Ethel M. Dell
      18. Clad in Purple Mist by Catherine I. Dodd
      19. An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser
      20. The Peach's Progress by May Edginton
      21. Galahad by John Erskine
      22. The Private Life of Helen of Troy by John Erskine
      23. The Wind of Complication by Susan Ertz
      24. Show Boat by Edna Ferber
      25. Golden Tales of Anatole France by Anatole France
      26. The Silver Spoon by John Galsworthy
      27. The Voice of Dashin by Martin L.A. Gompertz
      28. Children of the Morning by Walter Lionel George
      29. Labels by A. Hamilton Gibbs
      30. The Up-Grade by George Gibbs
      31. The Romantic Comedians by Ellen Glasgow
      32. The Trail of the White Knight by Bruce Graeme
      33. Midsummer Music by Stephen Graham
      34. Under the Tonto Rim by Zane Grey
      35. The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
      36. Congai by Harry Hervey
      37. The House of Secrets by Sydney Horler
      38. Winterwise by Zephine Humphrey
      39. The Pope of the Sea by Vicente Blasco-Ibanez
      40. The Longest Shadow by Jeffery E. Jeffery
      41. The Affair in Duplex 9B by William Johnston
      42. Dance Magic by Clarence Budington Kelland
      43. Mystery De Luxe by Rufus King
      44. The Understanding Heart by Peter B. Kyne
      45. The Big Mogul by Joseph C. Lincoln
      46. Lord of Himself by Percy Marks
      47. Sylvia of the Minute by Helen R. Martin
      48. Ulick and Soracha by George Moore
      49. The Happy Tree by Rosalind Murray
      50. Chevrons by Leonard H. Nason
      51. The Hard-Boiled Virgin by Frances Newman
      52. Wild Honey by Frederick Niven
      53. Hildegarde by Kathleen Norris
      54. Mr. Gilhooley by Liam O'Flaherty
      55. The Dark Dawn by Martha Ostenso
      56. Jennifer by John Palmer
      57. Tomorrow Morning by Anne Parrish
      58. Rivers to Cross by Roland Pertwee
      59. The Miniature by Eden Phillpotts
      60. Cherry Square by Grace S. Richmond
      61. Skin-Deep by Naomi Royde-Smith
      62. Corsican Justice by J.G. Sarasin
      63. The Beadle by Pauline Smith
      64. The Dark Gentleman by G.B. Stern
      65. The Plutocrat by Booth Tarkington
      66. Harmer John by Hugh Walpole
      67. The World of William Clissold by H.G. Wells
      68. The Drury Club Case by Sidney Williams
      69. Beau Geste by Percival Christopher Wren
      70. Beau Sabreur by Percival Christopher Wren
      71. Dew and Mildew by Percival Christopher Wren
      The Bookman
      , April 1927, pp. 210-212 - PDF
    3. [+]
      (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 - PDF
    4. [+]
      (99 Reviews)
      Georgian Stories, 1926,
      1. Georgian Stories, 1926
      2. Revelry by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      3. This Day's Madness by Adelaide Champneys
      4. Young Men in Love by Michael Arlen
      5. The Immortal Marriage by Gertrude Atherton
      6. The Empress Might-Have-Been by Octave Aubry
      7. The Baby Grand, and Other Stories by Stacy Aumonier
      8. Dawn by Irving Bacheller
      9. Daphne Adeane by Maurice Baring
      10. These Frantic Years by James Warner Bellah
      11. Honor Bound by Jack Bethea
      12. The Woman Who Stole Everything, and Other Stories by Arnold Bennett
      13. Four O'Clock, and Other Stories by Mary Borden
      14. The Delectable Mountains by M. Struthers Burt
      15. The Behind Legs of the 'Orse, and Other Stories by Ellis Parker Butler
      16. Brother Saul by Donn Byrne
      17. Horizon by Robert Carse
      18. The Peat-Cutters by Alphonse de Chateaubriant
      19. The Return of Don Quixote by G.K. Chesterton
      20. The Mad Lover by Richard Edward Connell
      21. Shule Agra by Kathleen Coyle
      22. Sweepings by Lester Cohen
      23. The New Poor by Clarissa Fairchild Cushman
      24. When Is Always? by Coningsby Dawson
      25. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
      26. Sorrell and Son by Warwick Deeping
      27. The Black Knight by Ethel M. Dell
      28. In Such a Night by Babette Deutsch
      29. An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser
      30. The Best Continental Short Stories of 1926 by Richard Eaton
      31. Galahad by John Erskine
      32. The Private Life of Helen of Troy by John Erskine
      33. The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Hanns Heinz Ewers
      34. Mother Knows Best by Edna Ferber
      35. Show Boat by Edna Ferber
      36. Love Lies Dreaming by C.S. Forester
      37. The Best Stories of Mary E. Wilkins by Mary Eleanor Wilkins
      38. Pretty Creatures by William A. Gerhardie
      39. The Young Anarchy by Philip Gibbs
      40. The Romantic Comedians by Ellen Glasgow
      41. Decadence by Maksim Gorky
      42. Under the Tonto Rim by Zane Grey
      43. Man's World by Charlotte F. Haldane
      44. The Canal Boat Fracas by Louise Closser Hale
      45. The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
      46. The Restitution of the Bride, and Other Stories from the Chinese by E. Butts Howell
      47. Evelyn Grainger by George F. Hummel
      48. Children of Divorce by Owen Johnson
      49. Ann Decides by Robert Keable
      50. Red Love by Alexandra M. Kollontai
      51. Ulysse and the Sorcerers by Marius-Ary Leblond
      52. Painted Ponies by Alan LeMay
      53. Elmer Gantry by Sinclair Lewis
      54. Roman Summer by Ludwig Lewisohn
      55. Stories Near and Far by William J. Locke
      56. We All Live Through It by Harold MacGrath
      57. Rogues and Vagabonds by Compton Mackenzie
      58. The Band Plays Dixie by Morris Markey
      59. Lord of Himself by Percy Marks
      60. The Lingering Faun by Mabel Wood Martin
      61. Lud-in-the-Mist by Hope Mirrlees
      62. The Case of Bevan Yorke by W.B. Maxwell
      63. Cockades by Meade Minnigerode
      64. The Bird of Fire by Maria Moravsky
      65. The Dark Fire by Elinor Mordaunt
      66. Forever Free by Honore Willsie Morrow
      67. The Spanish Farm Trilogy, 1914 to 1918 by R.H. Mottram
      68. Chevrons by Leonard H. Nason
      69. Three Lights from a Match by Leonard H. Nason
      70. The Hard-Boiled Virgin by Frances Newman
      71. The Sea Gull by Kathleen Norris
      72. The Interloper by E. Phillips Oppenheim
      73. Tomorrow Morning by Anne Parrish
      74. The Marriage Bed by Ernest Pascal
      75. Black April by Julia Peterkin
      76. Peacock House, and Other Mysteries by Eden Phillpotts
      77. The Magic Garden by Gene Stratton-Porter
      78. East Side, West Side by Felix Riesenberg
      79. The Somber Flame by Samuel Rogers
      80. Mother and Son by Romain Rolland
      81. Red Damask by Emanie N. Sachs
      82. A Free Soul by Adela Rogers St. Johns
      83. Migrations by Evelyn Scott
      84. The Allinghams by May Sinclair
      85. Intimate Acrobatics by Donald Stites Fairchild
      86. The Plutocrat by Booth Tarkington
      87. High Winds by Arthur Train
      88. Starling by Christopher Ward
      89. Beau Geste by Percival Christopher Wren
      90. Mr. Fortune's Maggot by Sylvia Townsend Warner
      91. The Triumph of Youth by Jacob Wassermann
      92. Philopena by Henry Kitchell Webster
      93. Back of Beyond by Stewart Edward White
      94. Immortal Longings by Ben Ames Williams
      95. The Ardent Flame by Frances Winwar
      96. Springboard by Robert Wolf
      97. The Eye of Lucifer by Frederic F. Van de Water
      98. Jonah and Co. by Dornford Yates
      99. The Crescent Moon by Francis Brett Young
      The Bookman
      , June 1927, pp. 461-464 - PDF
    5. [+]
      (94 Reviews)
      Revelry, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      1. Revelry by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      2. Ariane by Claude Anet
      3. The Unknown Path by Bertram Atkey
      4. Dawn by Irving Bacheller
      5. Pressure by Margaret Culkin Banning
      6. Uharna by Gerve Baronti
      7. The Smugglers' Cave by George A. Birmingham
      8. Marching On by James Boyd
      9. Morning, Noon and Night by Kenneth Phillips Britton
      10. Dear Old Templeton by Alice Brown
      11. The Delectable Mountains by M. Struthers Burt
      12. Brother Saul by Donn Byrne
      13. The Drums of Aulone by Robert W. Chambers
      14. When Is Always? by Coningsby Dawson
      15. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
      16. Sorrell and Son by Warwick Deeping
      17. An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser
      18. Chains by Theodore Dreiser
      19. Galahad by John Erskine
      20. The Private Life of Helen of Troy by John Erskine
      21. Idle Hands by Janet A. Fairbank
      22. Show Boat by Edna Ferber
      23. Harangue by Garet Garrett
      24. The Young Anarchy by Philip Gibbs
      25. The Lost Adventurer by Walter Gilkyson
      26. Under the Tonto Rim by Zane Grey
      27. Allan Quatermain and the Ice Gods by H. Rider Haggard
      28. Caste by Cosmo Hamilton
      29. Lead Me Into Temptation by Frank Heller
      30. The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
      31. Job's Niece by Grace Livingston Hill
      32. The Hurcotts by Muriel Hine
      33. Street of the Malcontents by Cyril Hume
      34. The Magic Formula, and Other Stories by L.P. Jacks
      35. Children of Divorce by Owen Johnson
      36. A Man of Little Faith by Reginald Wright Kauffman
      37. Ann Decides by Robert Keable
      38. Brackie, the Fool by Klabund
      39. Thr Three Taps by Ronald A. Knox
      40. Elmer Gantry by Sinclair Lewis
      41. Grist by Edwin Carlile Litsey
      42. Queen's Mate by Philip MacDonald
      43. Pilgrims by Ethel Mannin
      44. That Island by Archibald Marshall
      45. Unresting Year by Alice Massie
      46. Kit O'Brien by Edgar Lee Masters
      47. Bernard Quesnay by Andre Maurois
      48. Lions in the Way by Hughes Mearns
      49. Call of the House by Ruth Comfort Mitchell
      50. Burning Witches by Marie de Montalvo
      51. East India and Company by Paul Morand
      52. Pleased to Meet You by Christopher Morley
      53. Forever Free by Honore Willsie Morrow
      54. The Hard-Boiled Virgin by Frances Newman
      55. The Sea Gull by Kathleen Norris
      56. The Interloper by E. Phillips Oppenheim
      57. Tomorrow Morning by Anne Parrish
      58. Black April by Julia Peterkin
      59. Tomek the Sculptor by Adelaide Eden Phillpotts
      60. The Magic Garden by Gene Stratton-Porter
      61. Working Bullocks by Katharine Susannah Prichard
      62. Saint in Ivory by Lorine Pruette
      63. Jeremy Takes a Hand by Cornelia Kane Rathbone
      64. East Side, West Side by Felix Riesenberg
      65. Overtaken by Lawrence Rising
      66. The Sorrows of Elsie by Andre Savignon
      67. Clouds of Witness by Dorothy L. Sayers
      68. The Old Countess by Anne Douglas Sedgwick (Mrs. Basil de Selincourt)
      69. Sack and Sugar by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
      70. Oil! by Upton Sinclair
      71. The Man They Couldn't Arrest by Austin J. Small
      72. A Virgin of Yesterday by Dorothy Speare
      73. Nocturne Militaire by Elliott White Springs
      74. Mattock by James Stevens
      75. The Crooked Stick by Pauline Stiles
      76. The Unquenchable Flame by Arthur J. Rees
      77. The Plutocrat by Booth Tarkington
      78. Gray Dawn by Albert Payson Terhune
      79. Echo Answers by Elswyth Thane
      80. Red Pants, and Other Stories by John W. Thomason, Jr.
      81. Wild Money by Freeman Tilden
      82. One of These Days by Michael Trappes-Lomax
      83. The House of Sin by Allen Upward
      84. Bread and Fire by Charles Rumford Walker
      85. The Black Abbot by Edgar Wallace
      86. All at Sea by Carolyn Wells
      87. Twilight Sleep by Edith Wharton
      88. The Story of California by Stewart Edward White
      89. Sweetwater Range by William Patterson White
      90. The Painted City by Mary Badger Wilson
      91. To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf
      92. Beau Geste by Percival Christopher Wren
      93. The Young Stagers by Percival Christopher Wren
      94. The Mystery of the Ashes by Anthony Wynne
      The Bookman
      , July 1927, pp. 578-581 - PDF
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      (46 Reviews)
      Revelry, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      1. Revelry by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      2. While the Earth Shook by Claude Anet
      3. Young Men in Love by Michael Arlen
      4. The Immortal Marriage by Gertrude Atherton
      5. Dawn by Irving Bacheller
      6. Marching On by James Boyd
      7. Early Autumn by Louis Bromfield
      8. A Good Woman by Louis Bromfield
      9. Brother Saul by Donn Byrne
      10. Rustle of Spring by Clare Cameron
      11. The Absolute at Large by Karel Capek
      12. When Is Always? by Coningsby Dawson
      13. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
      14. Sorrell and Son by Warwick Deeping
      15. But Yesterday--- by Maud Diver
      16. The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
      17. Galahad by John Erskine
      18. The Private Life of Helen of Troy by John Erskine
      19. Mother Knows Best by Edna Ferber
      20. Alma by Margaret Fuller
      21. Sun and Moon by Vincent H. Gowen
      22. Bold Bendigo by Paul Herring
      23. Confetti by Sophie Kerr
      24. Elmer Gantry by Sinclair Lewis
      25. The Talk of the Town by Lynn Montross and Lois Seyster
      26. Forever Free by Honore Willsie Morrow
      27. The Sea Gull by Kathleen Norris
      28. The Interloper by E. Phillips Oppenheim
      29. Tomorrow Morning by Anne Parrish
      30. Black April by Julia Peterkin
      31. The Son of the Grand Eunuch by Charles Pettit
      32. Spring Tides by R.E. Pinkerton
      33. The Magic Garden by Gene Stratton-Porter
      34. Lost Ecstasy by Mary Roberts Rinehart
      35. Giants in the Earth by O.E. Rolvaag
      36. That Ridiculous Woman by Leonard Rossiter
      37. The Tavern Knight by Rafael Sabatini
      38. The Old Countess by Anne Douglas Sedgwick (Mrs. Basil de Selincourt)
      39. The Plutocrat by Booth Tarkington
      40. High Winds by Arthur Train
      41. Typhon's Beard by John Vasseur
      42. "Aw Hell" by Clarke Venable
      43. Twilight Sleep by Edith Wharton
      44. The Eye in Attendance by Valentine Williams
      45. The Small Bachelor by P.G. Wodehouse
      46. The Malletts by E.H. Young
      The Bookman
      , August 1927, pp. 708-709 - PDF
    7. [+]
      (Review)
      Doomsday, by Warwick Deeping
      1. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
      The Nation
      , March 30, 1927, p. 347
    8. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Fiction
      1. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
      2. High Winds by Arthur Train
      3. Midsummer Music by Stephen Graham
      4. Shadows Waiting by Eleanor Carroll Chilton
      5. Green Forest by Nathalie Sedgwick Colby
      6. Red Pants, and Other Stories by John W. Thomason, Jr.
      The American Mercury
      , July 1927 - PDF
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      (4 Reviews)
      Doomsday, by Warwick Deeping
      1. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
      2. Tomorrow Morning by Anne Parrish
      3. The Minister's Daughter by Hildur Dixelius
      4. Young Folk, Old Folk by Constance Travers Sweatman
      The New Republic
      , February 23, 1927, pp. 26-28
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      (Review)
      Doomsday, by Warwick Deeping
      1. Doomsday by Warwick Deeping
      The Bookman (U.K.)
      , February 1927, p. 281 - PDF