Books: Manana


TOMORROW NEVER COMES—Robert L. Duffus—Houghton Mifflin ($2.50) In one of those pleasant South American republics where blood is hot and daggers sharp, Latin temperament turns law clerk into general, army-sergeant into dictator, dictator into corpse. Rafael, the law April 29, 1929 clerk, happened to be "nephew" to the canon of the cathedral. That was powerfully to his advantage; but his friendship for Sergeant Domingo, ancient soldier-philosopher, was to more immediate purpose. For Rafael had had the misfortune to fall in love with Vitoria of the mellifluous eyes, Vitoria whom General Hernandez had...

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