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  • By Christina Shelton on April 19, 2014

    I had never heard of this author before, I only came upon this book by doing a search of what is available for free to download. I am, however, a fan of grace Livingston hill, who lives about the same time as Edward Phillips. This story demonstrates that some tales can be told in any era. The suspense, the intrigue, the descriptions, all helped the reader feel immersed in that time, with those people. Time travel at It's best, truest form.

  • By Eclectic Reader on November 14, 2014

    Disappointing. After reading The Great Impersonation which I enjoyed, I was expecting not such a far-fetched plot, which I considered silly. Talk about people living in a fantasy, dream world, it is hard to take the title character seriously.

  • By W. Brown on March 24, 2013

    We don't read Oppenheim in America, and he may no longer be read in UK, for all I know. But John Buchan (The Thirty Nine Steps) once said of him that he was the "greatest Jewish writer since Isaiah". This book is a good read, a political spy novel with intensity, and it is from the 19th century. It's public domain and better than most $25 contemporary novels. Download and enjoy.

  • By Quilter on May 22, 2011

    This book may be supposed to be a thriller, but it wasn't very thrilling. For someone who was supposed to be so horrible, I was left wondering when anything really terrible was going to happen. And the ending seemed to be so out of character. Without spoiling it for someone who may read it, I was very dissapointed in the ending.

  • By Bachelier on February 2, 2008

    Hey, "Others"...Trevanian read this book, so it must have some merits. It is on his desk. But it is a thriller, wonder why he was reading it?


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