Great Impersonation by E. Phillips Oppenheim

Great Impersonation

byE. Phillips Oppenheim

Kobo ebook | March 11, 2015

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(1920) Espionage (WWI) / Mystery (Unraveling past events) /Suspense (Political)
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Sir Everard Dominey, an Englishman, and Baron Leopold Von Ragastein, a German are old school acquaintances.
They are more that that. The resemblance of the two is remarkable.
Dominey shows up in Africa at the plantation of Baron Von Ragastein, who has been placed there for espionage work for Germany, in case of, or in preparation for war.
Von Ragastein devises a plan to take advantage of an opportunity to switch places with Sir Edward and do some secret work in England, as Sir Edward.
The masquerade will not be easy, as he must deal with Sir Edward's past. And must be prepared to encounter and best these situations:
Sir Edward left England to flee a possible murder indictment.
The event mentally effected his wife Rosamund to the point that she may want his life.
The mother of the man he was supposed to have killed. THis woman is his wife's personal attendant and confidant.
Rumors of a ghost of the man he was supposed to have killed.
Von Ragastein's old lover, who is determined to cause trouble.
Under these conditions, and thosed imposed by the war, can any one man keep up, 'The Great Impersonation'.

Title:Great ImpersonationFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 11, 2015Publisher:Consumer Oriented Ebooks PublisherLanguage:English

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