The Man with the Clubfoot
by Valentine Williams
Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son 1918
An espionage/Adventure classic. Valentine Williams has penned a thrilling page-turner of mystery, love, adventure, and intrigue. Clubfoot, that sinister figure, who limps menacingly, is one of the most ingenious secret agents in Europe, and the task of retrieving possession of an indiscreet letter written by the Kaiser is assigned to him.
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