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.
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Edward Phillips Oppenheim (1866-1946) was a highly successful British novelist of thrillers, spy novels, romances, and comedies. Oppenheim published more than 150 novels during his long career.
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First published in 1920, Oppenheims most famous book. A classic spy novel. Oppenheim is the greatgranddaddy of manly thriller fiction. Why not read the old man of this genre?