Books: Good Books: Sep. 10, 1923

The following estimates of books much in the public eye were made after careful consideration of the trend of critical opinion:

FORTUNE'S FOOL -Sabatini -Houghton Mifflin ($2.00). Colonel Randall Holies, sometime of the Parliamentary Army that crushed Charles I, regicide's son and broken adventurer, found little scope in the Merry England of Charles II for his sword. Hounded by poverty and evil fortune, he stooped at last to lend himself to a discreditable plot of the Duke of Buckingham's—the abduction of the beautiful actress, Sylvia Farquharson, for his Grace's amorous purposes. But...

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