RED SKY AT MORNING—Margaret Kennedy—Doubleday, Page ($2.50).

The Story. The twin children of Norman Crowne are William and Emily, whereas the children of Charles Frobisher are their cousins, Trevor and Charlotte. All of them are brought up together; but almost immediately, in William and Emily, appears the wild and enticing madness that had made their father a great poet and, as many people thought even after he had been acquitted in his notorious trial, a murderer. Trevor and Charlotte are clever but a little disagreeable. They take after their father, Charles Frobisher, one of the solemn critics whom Norman...

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