Ambush for the Hunter, by F. L. Green. Communist spies, British counterspies and muted heartbreak in a British middle-class marriage, all adding up to rattling good suspense (TIME, Aug. 31).
Hitler's Secret Conversations, by Adolf Hitler (introduced by British Historian H. R. Trevor-Roper). The Führer's unguarded, all-night talkfests, taken down in shorthand by party associates, give an excellent insight into a weird and fascinating mind (TIME, Aug. 31).
Dead Man in the Silver Market, by Aubrey Menen. In an amusing, somewhat mannered autobiographical aside, the noted Irish-Indian satirist laughs at Eastern and Western chauvinism, the world and himself (TIME, Aug. 24).
The Unconquered, by...