Shore Leave/Waters Over the Dam/Swing the Big-eyed Rabbitt/The Lord Is a Man of War (Book)

Mayberry, George
March 1944
New Republic;3/27/44, Vol. 110 Issue 13, p416
Book Review
Reviews several books. "Shore Leave," by Frederic Wakeman; "Waters Over the Dam," by Harry Harrison Kroll; "Swing the Big-Eyed Rabbitt," by John Pleasant McCoy.


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