Books: Books of the Week

NIGHT OUT—Rupert Croft-Cooke —Dial ($2). An inheritance of £500 sets a shop-assistant off after "the real thing in life."

DESUGGESTION—E. Tietjens—Dial ($4). How to think straight, heavily endorsed.

OUR STREET—Compton Mackenzie —Doubleday, Doran ($2.50).

ODIN IN FAIRYLAND—Olav Duun— Knopf ($2.50).

BLONDE INTERLUDE—Bourke Lee —Simon & Schuster ($2). The publishers' first step in bringing out "well-written novels, entertainment their sole purpose." Theme: twelve swirling New York months, better than the title sounds.

A PREFACE TO DEATH—Fred Rothermell—Little, Brown ($2.50).

PRINCESS PRO TEM—Arthur Train —Scribner ($2).

SPEARS AGAINST Us—Cecil Roberts —Appleton ($2.50). English best-seller...

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