The Disappearance, by Philip Wylie. A novelist's idea of what the world might be like if men & women suddenly became invisible to each other, and why it would serve them right (TIME, Jan. 15).
The Young May Moon, by P. H. Newby. Adolescent sorrow in a quietly effective novel by a talented Englishman (TIME, Jan. 15).
Under Two Dictators, by Margarete Buber. The impressive testament of an ex-Communist who survived the concentration camps of both NKVD and Gestapo (TIME, Jan. 15).
Disturber of the Peace, by William Manchester. A brisk if not fully penetrating...