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A Maker of History by E. Phillips Oppenheim

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A Maker of History
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Publisher: Little, Brown, and Company
ISBN/ASIN: B001IKF3Y4
Number of pages: 350

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Young Guy Poynton accidentally witnesses a clandestine political meeting in a remote forest on the border of Russia and Germany. Several weeks later he disappears from a night club in Paris. His lovely sister Phyllis arrives the next day and discovers that no one will help her find her brother. Police and consular officials seem indifferent. Following a tip, she goes to the same nightclub and she too disappears...

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