Now It Can Be Unloaded

TOO EARLY TO TELL (506 pp.)—Jerome Weldman—Reynal & Hitchcock ($3).

Of all the thousands who stored up their impatience at the war jobs they were in, sharp, young (33) Jerome Weidman is one of the first to unload it in print. The man who wrote so ferociously of The Bronx, Broadway and the Garment Center in I Can Get It for You Wholesale and What's in It for Me? now spins a wicked, witty yarn about the OWI, where he served throughout the war. He calls it the BPC (Bureau of Psychological Combat), but that is about as much disguise as...

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