The Spy Paramount
by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Publisher: Collier's Weekly 1934
Number of pages: 363
The Spy Paramount takes us to Rome, 1934. American Martin Fawley, a former secret service agent, is recruited as a spy by General Berati, the most feared man in fascist Italy. Going undercover to Monte Carlo, Fawley travels in a world of casinos and cocktails, high stakes and secrecy -- and discovers the secret weapon that could determine the outcome of the looming world war.
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by E. Phillips Oppenheim - The Chicago Tribune
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by E. Phillips Oppenheim - Ward, Lock & Co.
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by E. Phillips Oppenheim - Little, Brown & Co.
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by E. Phillips Oppenheim - Little, Brown, and Company
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