The Great Impersonation
by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 1920
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. To make matters more challenging, they happen to be related.
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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 - ManyBooks
A mystifying story dealing with a wealthy M.P.'s experiment with a poor young man. The MP is also a knight and a wealthy landowner. The tale pulsates with life and is truly startling in some of its revelations. (Also published as The Falling Star).
by E. Phillips Oppenheim - A. L. Burt and Co.
Harvey Garrard's misdeed is excusably committed when he faces the first serious difficulty of his hitherto untroubled life. If he grasps this chance of victory over unfair odds, it is with the firm resolve to make full restitution ...
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 ...