Books: Good Books: Oct. 8, 1923

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

THE LONE WOLF RETURNS—Louis Joseph Vance—Dutton ($2.00).Michael Lanyard, super-gentleman and super-crook, has faultless evening clothes unruffled by a life of practically continuous crime. Opera-hat in one hand, revolver in the other, spurred on, as the jacket says, by the love of a good woman, he wages horrendous warfare for 367 pages against the underworld henchmen of the bootlegger King of New York. Needless to say the finale finds him triumphant.


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