THE SAINTSBURY AFFAIR. By Roman Doubleday.
Little, Brown & Co., Boston. $1.25
'The Outlook,' March 2, 1912:
"Mr. Doubleday is rapidly making a reputation
as one of the cleverest of our writers of mystery
stories. The present book is one of the best of
this class because it holds the attention through-
out, has novel incidents in the detection of
crime, is logical, and is at least possible and
consistent, if not very probable, in its plot. Mr.
Doubleday writes clearly and directly. As a
complicated murder story the book is unusually