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50. The Late George Apley. New York: Washington Square Press. 45. New York: Universal Library. 25. Ming Yellow. New York: Pyramid. 50. Mr. Moto Is So Sorry. New York: Berkeley. 50. Point of No Return. New York: Bantam. 75. So Little Time. New York: Bantam. 75. Thank You, Mr. Moto. New York: Berkeley. 50. Think Fast, Mr. Moto. New York: Berkeley. 50. Warning Hill. New York: Pyramid. 60. Wickford Point. New York: Bantam. 75. Boston: Little, Brown. 95. Women and Thomas Harrow. New York: Bantam. 75.

Boston: Little, Brown, 1960. ) Current American Reprints B. 's Daughter. New York: Bantam. 75. H. M. Pulham, Esquire. New York: Bantam. 75. Last Laugh, Mr. Moto. New York: Berkeley. 50. The Last of Mr. Moto (Stopover: Tokyo). New York: Berkeley. 50. The Late George Apley. New York: Washington Square Press. 45. New York: Universal Library. 25. Ming Yellow. New York: Pyramid. 50. Mr. Moto Is So Sorry. New York: Berkeley. 50. Point of No Return. New York: Bantam. 75. So Little Time. New York: Bantam.

Boston: Little, Brown, 1943. It's Loaded, Mr. Bauer. London: Robert Hale, [1943]. Repent in Haste. Boston: Little, Brown, 1945. ) The Late George Apley. A Play. By John P. Marquand and George S. Kaufman. New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1946. B. 's Daughter. Boston: Little, Brown, 1946. Point of No Return. Boston: Little, Brown, 1949. Melville Goodwin, USA. Boston: Little, Brown, 1951. Thirty Years. Boston: Little, Brown, 1954. ) Sincerely, Willis Wayde. Boston: Little, Brown, 1955. Life at Happy Knoll.

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