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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