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Espionage

The Haunted Bookshop

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The Haunted Bookshop is written by Christopher Morley. The faults of the composition are plain to you all. I begin merely in the hope of saying something further of the adventures of ROGER MIFFLIN, whose exploits in "Parnassus on Wheels" some of you have been kind enough to applaud. But then came Miss Titania Chapman, and my young advertising man fell in love with her, and the two of them rather ran away with the tale.

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The Apartment Next Door

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The Apartment Next Door is written by William Andrew Johnston. Regardless of the lateness of the hour, at a third-floor window of one of the great apartment houses lining the Drive sat a young girl in her nightrobe, with her two great black braids flung forward over her shoulders, about which she had placed for warmth's sake a quilted negligee. Jane Strong was far too excited to sleep.

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Crescent and Iron Cross

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Crescent and Iron Cross is written by E.F. Benson. When the Young Turks came into power, they proclaimed that they were going to weld the Ottoman Empire into one homogeneous and harmonious whole. But by a piece of brilliant paradoxical resasoning, says Mr. Benson, German determined that it was she who was going to do it for them.

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The Yellow Crayon

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The Yellow Crayon is written by E. Phillips Oppenheim. A detective story that sees Mr. Sabin, newly un-retired, solving the disappearance of his wife.

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The Yellow Streak

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The Yellow Streak is written by Valentine Williams. A mystery story of thrilling and steadily tenser interest.

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The War Terror

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The War Terror is written by Arthur B. Reeve. A mystery, scientific, detective story, featuring Craig Kennedy as the hero.

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Okewood of the Secret Service

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Okewood of the Secret Service is written by Valentine Williams. When some whim of fate brought together such ill-assorted people as Major Desmond Okewood, Maurice Strangwise, Arthur Mackwayte, his daughter Barbara and Nur-el-Din at a London music-hall, there were woven the meshes of a complicated intrigue which the reader will sit up o' nights to unravel.

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The Lost Naval Papers

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The Lost Naval Papers is written by Bennet Copplestone. London Punch says: "Mr. Copplestone has shown unusual boldness in connecting the activities of his super-policeman, Dawson, with the more prominent events of the War. We earnestly desire that he should devote another volume a whole one to the inimitable Madame Guilbert; but whatever he writes about will be welcome, provided it be written in the vein of the volume before us."

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Long Live the King!

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Long Live the King! is written by Mary Roberts Rinehart. This is a story of love, intrigue and adventure in a European court. In this story Mrs. Rinehart combines mystery, heart interest, and excitement of her past successes into a story that will be hailed as the most interesting of all her stories.

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The Lost Ambassador

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The Lost Ambassador is written by E. Phillips Oppenheim. A straightforward mystery tale of Paris and London.

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