Books: How Are Things in Glocca Morra?

NO MAN'S TIME by V. S. Yanovsky. 224 pages. Weybright & Talley. $5.

The identity problem (again) is posed here more as a conundrum than a crisis. Cornelius Yamb is hired by a gangster syndicate to track down a nearmythical youth named Bruno, heir to a fabulous fortune. The quest leads him to a remote Canadian village, where to his surprise he is welcomed as Conrad

Jamb, long-lost deacon and husband of the minister's daughter.

Yamb-Jamb is strangely drawn into the curious life of this Utopian haven where time seems to have stopped just before the...

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