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Enbury Heath (1935)
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    Novels in Brief (5 Reviews)
    They Shoot Horses, Don't They?, by Horace McCoy
    1. They Shoot Horses, Don't They? by Horace McCoy
    2. Honour Come Back by Naomi Jacob
    3. Solomon, My Son! by John Erskine
    4. A London Story by George Buchanan
    5. Enbury Heath by Stella Gibbons
    The New Republic, September 11, 1935, pp. 139-140
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    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    Chocolate or Vanilla, and Other Stories, by Fannie Ferber Fox
    1. Chocolate or Vanilla, and Other Stories by Fannie Ferber Fox
    2. The Valley by Nathan Asch
    3. Enbury Heath by Stella Gibbons
    4. Green Rushes by Maurice Walsh
    5. The Heart of Gaspe by John Mason Clarke
    The Saturday Review, September 14, 1935, p. 20
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    The Book Parade (17 Reviews)
    America Faces the Barricades, by John L. Spivak
    1. America Faces the Barricades by John L. Spivak
    2. North to the Orient by Anne Morrow Lindbergh
    3. The Circus of Dr. Lao by Charles G. Finney
    4. The Memoirs of Count Apponyi by Albert Apponyi
    5. Lucy Gayheart by Willa Cather
    6. Land Under England by Joseph O'Neill
    7. "King Lehr" and the Gilded Age by Elizabeth Drexel Lehr
    8. Richard Savage by Gwyn Jones
    9. Jake by Naomi Royde-Smith
    10. For Authors Only, and Other Gloomy Essays by Kenneth Lewis Roberts
    11. Winter Orchard, and Other Stories by Josephine W. Johnson
    12. My Own, My Native Land by Thyra Samter Winslow
    13. Schoolhouse in the Foothills by Ella Enslow and Alvin F. Harlow
    14. A Preface to Maturity by Jule Brousseau
    15. Enbury Heath by Stella Gibbons
    16. Death and General Putnam by Arthur Guiterman
    17. Doubtful Joy by Elizabeth Jenkins
    The Forum, September 1935