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Synopsis

An English novelist, in his lifetime a major and successful writer of genre fiction including thrillers.

Table of Contents
The Great Impersonation (1920)
The Zeppelin's Passenger (1918)
Anna the Adventuress (1904)
The Avenger (1908)
The Cinema Murder (1917)
Jacob's Ladder (1921)
Berenice (1907)
An Amiable Charlatan (1916)
Mr. Marx's Secret (1916)
The Yellow House (1908)
The Black Box (1915)
The Golden Web (1911)
The Wicked Marquis (1919)
Mysterious Mr. Sabin (1905)
The Moving Finger (1911)
The Great Secret (1917)
A Millionaire of Yesterday (1900)
Havoc (1911)
The Pawns Count (1918)
The Lost Ambassador (1910)
The Betrayal (1904)
The Missioner (1907)
Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo (1915)
To Win the Love He Sought (1910)


Anna the Adventuress-
Annabel Pellissier, for reasons of her own, allows Sir John Ferringhall to believe that she is her sister Anna. Anna lets the deception continue and has to bear the burden of her sister’s reputation which, in Paris at any rate, is that of being a coquette. Endless complications ensue when both sisters return to London.

The Moving Finger-
A mystifying story dealing with a wealthy M.P.'s experiment with a poor young man. The tale pulsates with life and is truly startling in some of its revelations.

Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo-
An amazing revelation of war in the making. "The best story that this popular author has yet written... it will outsell any previous story of the author."

Jacob's Ladder-
A bankrupt, suddenly becoming wealthy, proceeds to pay back old scores, good and bad.

The Great Impersonation-
No more successful mystery story was ever written than 'The Great Impersonation.' It's exploitation of the hitherto unsuspected is a triumph of construction and treatment that holds the attention of the reader from first to last.

The Wicked Marquis-
From the extremely productive novelist Edward Phillips Oppenheim comes this novel of betrayal and deception.

The Avenger-
Unravels the deepest of mysteries with consummate power. The story of an English curate and his connection with the fair occupant of a near-by yellow house. Every page in it suggests a mystery.

The Cinema Murder-
Philip Romilly is a young art student, half starved, both mentally and physically and without prospect. His cousin, Douglas, has everything and even buys beatrice, Philip's fiancée. The two cousins meet under an English railroad bridge and Philip emerges alone. A day or two later he sails for America, under the name Douglas Romilly and wearing his cousin's clothes. Philip's career in New York is filled with incident. On his wedding day he is arrested for the murder of his cousin, and he seems lost, but the unexpected happens to save the situation.

Berenice-
Oppenheim in a new vein--the story of the love of a novelist of high ideals for an actress.

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