Edward Phillips Oppenheim, Collection novels

Edward Phillips Oppenheim, Collection novels

by Edward Phillips Oppenheim


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Edward Phillips Oppenheim (22 October 1866 - 3 February 1946) was an English novelist, in his lifetime a major and successful writer of genre fiction including thrillers.
Oppenheim featured on the cover of Time magazine on September 12, 1927. He was the self-styled "prince of storytellers." He composed some one hundred and fifty novels, mainly of the suspense and international intrigue nature, but including romances, comedies, and parables of everyday life. He was the earliest writer of spy fiction as understood today, and invented the "Rogue Male" school of adventure thrillers that was later exploited by John Buchan and Geoffrey Household.
Undoubtedly his most renowned work was The Great Impersonation: it was filmed thrice, the last time as a strong piece of wartime propaganda. Perhaps Oppenheim's most enduring creation is the character of General Besserley,. Much of Oppenheim's work possesses a unique escapist charm, featuring protagonists who delight in Epicurean meals, surroundings of intense luxury, and the relaxed pursuit of criminal practice, on either side of the law.
In this book:
The Great Impersonation
The Pawns Count
The Cinema Murder
The Zeppelin's Passenger
The Double Traitor

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781500387136
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/02/2014
Pages: 554
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.12(d)

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