Continuing on with the books that Peggy read in 1936… The next on her list was The Flight of the Heron, by D. K. Broster, which she thought was marvellous. The next two were by the same author: The Gleam in the North and The Dark Mile. Presumably the markings on the page meant that she thought them equally marvellous!
Next was Expectancy, by John M (although I can only find reference to a book of this name written in 1924 by John Eyton), which she marked as Very nice.
The next book on the list is Caste, by Cosmo Hamilton. Peggy thought this one was also very nice.
Peggy then read another D. K. Broster book, called Mr Rowl, which she rated as marvellous.