A NEW MOTORING NOVEL.
No woman has probably done so much for the British motorcar industry as Mrs. Alice Williamson, the famous authoress. Her book, “The Lightning Conductor,” of which more than a million copies were sold before the war, did more to popularise motor-touring and British motorcars
than any other single cause. That was in the days when Mrs. Williamson was the ” A.M.” of C. N. and A. M. Williamson fame. Her husband died. after the war, but Mrs. Williamson has written a sequel to that great success, entitled” The Lightning Conductor Comes
Back.” It is an account of a tour in a six-cylinder Sunbeam saloon, through the South and. West Country and up the Great North Road, and it combines delightfully both a novel of the romantic kind with a travel book.
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