Readers will still find entertainment in the 1927 bestsellers, but not much besides entertainment. There’s not one of the novels whose plot I can recall beyond a sentence summary, even though I enjoyed all of them but one of them when I read them. Despite their less than memorable plots, three of the bestsellers are […]
The Strange Case of Miss Annie Sprague is my top pick. . . . Second place on my list is a tie between Clarie Ambler by Booth Tarkington and All Kneeling by Anne Parish.