Monthly Choices by year

1929 (begins April)

The Love of the Foolish Angel*Helen Beauclerk(Collins)Fantasy.
The Embezzlers*Valentine Katacv(Ernest Behn)Trans. from the Russian by L. Zarin.
The Adventures of Ralph RashleighLord Birkenhead (ed.)(Jonathan Cape)History, convict life, Australia.
Henry the EighthFrancis Hackett(Jonathan Cape)Biography.
Nicky, Son of Egg*Gerald Bullett(Heinemann)
A High Wind in Jamaica*Richard Hughes (Chatto & Windus)Femina-Vie Heureuse prize winner.
Whiteoaks*Mazo de la Roche(Macmillan)Family saga. Canadian.
Gallopoli MemoriesCompton Mackenzie(Cassells)History, Autobiography, WW1.
The Lacquer Lady*F. Tennyson Jesse(Heinemann)Historical fiction, setting Burma.


All Our Yesterdays*H. M. Tomlinson(Heinemann)WW1
Kristin Lavransdatter*Sigrid Undset(Cassell) Historical fiction. Norwegian Undset, Nobel Prize for Lit. 1928
Three Daughters*Jane Dashwood(Murray)
_ And Co.*Jean-Richard Bloch(Gollancz)Trans. from the French by C. K. Scott Moncrieff
The Edwardians*Vita Sackville-West(Hogarth Press)Historical fiction. 
The Water Gypsies*A. P. Herbert(Methuen)Romantic comedy.
The Lives of a Bengal LancerFrancis Yeats-Brown(Gollancz)Autobiographical, colonies. James Tait Black Memorial Prize.
A Note in Music*Rosamond Lehmann(Chatto & Windus)
Grand Hotel*Vicki Baum(Bles)Trans. from the German by Basil Creighton. 
Mosaic*G. B. Stern(Chapman and Hall)
The Fortunes of Richard Mahoney*H. H. Richardson (pseud. Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson)(Heinemann) Australian ‘classic’.
Diary of a Provincial Lady*E. M. Delafield(Macmillan)Comedy, satire.

* Denotes fiction