The Wrath to Come
by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Publisher: Little, Brown & Co. 1924
Number of pages: 376
This novel is very occasionally mentioned as being the weird book that seems to predict WWII. Written in the lull between the two great wars it postulates a German/Japanese alliance and the main plot revolves around Britain trying to shanghai America into foreign intrigue.
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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 - Downey & Co.
A white-winged ship sailed out on the sunlit ocean into a dense sheet of drifting mist. The world of sunshine and murmuring waters seemed to have faded into chaos. In a very few moments the decks were wet, and a damp chilliness hung about the air ...
by E. Phillips Oppenheim - ManyBooks
The author unravels the deepest of mysteries with consummate power. The Avenger is the story of an English curate and his connection with the fair occupant of a near-by yellow house. Every page in this novel suggests a mystery.
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 ...