Books: White-Eyed Woman

A WOMAN WITH WHITE EYES—Mary Borden—Doubleday, Doran ($2).* Authoress Mary Borden, U. S.born, has lived many years in Europe. Like her heroine she married an Englishman, but her emotional pen, in spite of all temptations, refuses to be expatriate. You would never accuse the author of this undammed narrative of being a reticent British-woman.

The hero of her tale is a strange Finn. Dr. Tawaska. A cold, mysterious fish of a man, he travels unobtrusively over the world, investigating occult mysteries, appearing at long intervals to Caroline, "the woman with white eyes,"...

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