The Man Without Nerves
by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Publisher: Little, Brown & Co. 1934
Number of pages: 306
Mr. Tyssen has come to the small, wealthy suburban village of Sandywayes to work on a mystery novel. Soon after he arrives, a prominent member of the community is found dead, an apparent suicide over unsuspected debts. Suspicion falls on the young Anthony Sarson, son of a wealthy wine merchant...
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by E. Phillips Oppenheim - The Chicago Tribune
Glenlitten Manor is the home of Andrew, Marquis Glenlitten, and his lovely, tiny wife, Felice. On the night of a small game hunt, the somewhat unsavory Baron de Bresset is murdered, while Lady Felice's family heirloom diamond necklace is stolen ...
by E. Phillips Oppenheim - Ward, Lock & Co.
The story of a gallant soldier who is dismissed his regiment, and disowned by his father, because he has been found guilty, on 'false evidence', of cowardice. His son falls in love with the daughter of the man whose false evidence led to his ruin ...
by E. Phillips Oppenheim - Project Gutenberg
This is the best of the many spy thriller which Oppenheim wrote from the Edwardian era into the 1940s. The plot hinges around two very similar looking gentlemen, one from Britain and the other from Germany -- they happen to be related.
by E. Phillips Oppenheim - Collier's Weekly
The Spy Paramount takes us to Rome, 1934. American Martin Fawley, a former secret service agent, is recruited as a spy by General Berati. Fawley discovers the secret weapon that could determine the outcome of the looming world war ...