Books: Heelmarks

THE ENEMY CAMP (561 pp.)—Jerome Weidman — Random House ($4.95).

In this embattled novel, the enemy is the gentile world, and its hostile camp is made up of all the hotels, clubs, schools and residential areas that Jews find "restricted." To Jewish George Hurst, raised on the lower East Side by pathologically fearful Aunt Tessie, the goyim are a barbarous yet crafty race who corrupt whatever they touch. His best friend, Danny Schorr, begins palling around with gentiles and soon he has got into trouble with the police, changed his name to Shaw and become the most triple-dyed villain since East Lynne....

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