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    That Year at Lincoln High (1918) by Joseph Gollomb - READ
    1 Review
  2.  
    The Split in the Socialist Movement by Joseph Gollomb, pp. 774-775 - PDF
    The Nation, December 29, 1920
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    The Socialist Movement Reunites by Joseph Gollomb, pp. 489-490 - PDF
    The Nation, April 26, 1922
  5.  
    The Girl in the Fog (1923) by Joseph Gollomb
    A Mystery Novel
    1 Review
  6.  
    Working Through at Lincoln High (1923) by Joseph Gollomb
  7.  
    "Here Are Ladies" in Paris by Joseph Gollomb, pp. 715-719 - PDF
    The Bookman, August 1924
  8.  
    Master Man Hunters (1926) by Joseph Gollomb - READ
    2 Reviews
  9.  
    Scotland Yard (1926) by Joseph Gollomb - READ
    1 Review
  10.  
    Master Highwaymen (1927) by Joseph Gollomb
    1 Review
  11.  
    Pirates: Old and New (1928) by Joseph Gollomb
    2 Reviews
  12.  
    The Portrait Invisible (1928) by Joseph Gollomb
    1 Review
  13.  
    Spies (1928) by Joseph Gollomb
    2 Reviews
  14.  
    The Subtle Trail (1929) by Joseph Gollomb
    2 Reviews
  15.  
    Call the Yard, Watson! by Joseph Gollomb, pp. 32-34 - PDF
     A fascinating crime-ferreting laboratory is Scotland Yard, famous in fact and in...
    Collier's Weekly, September 7, 1929
  16.  
    Crimes of the Year (1931) by Joseph Gollomb
    2 Reviews
  17.  
    The Curtain of Storm (1933) by Joseph Gollomb
    1 Review
  18.  
    [+] One More Past (Review) by Joseph Gollomb, p. 93 - PDF
     Hear, Ye Sons, by Irving Fineman

    1. Hear, Ye Sons by Irving Fineman
    The Saturday Review, September 9, 1933
  19.  
    Unquiet (1935) by Joseph Gollomb
    1 Review
  20.  
    [+] Life in the Ghetto (Review) by Joseph Gollomb, p. 552 - PDF
     Call It Sleep, by Henry Roth

    1. Call It Sleep by Henry Roth
    The Saturday Review, March 16, 1935
  21.  
    Sidney Hillman by Joseph Gollomb, pp. 47-56
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 1938
  22.  
    Armies of Spies (1939) by Joseph Gollomb
    3 Reviews
  23.  
    What's Democracy to You? (1940) by Joseph Gollomb
    1 Review
  24.  
    [+] Mass-Production in Espionage (Review) by Joseph Gollomb, p. 18 - PDF
     German Secret Service at Work, by Bernard Newman

    1. German Secret Service at Work by Bernard Newman
    The Saturday Review, April 20, 1940
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    [+] Riess... (Review) by Joseph Gollomb, p. 14 - PDF
     High Stakes, by Curt Riess

    1. High Stakes by Curt Riess
    The Saturday Review, August 8, 1942
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