MR. PHINEAS DUGE
Virginia, when she had torn herself away from the
bosom of her sorrowing but excited family, and boarded
the car which passed only once a day through the tiny
While William LeQueux was the father of the espionage novel, E. Phillips Oppenheim made the genre his own. Like LeQueux, Edgar Wallace, and many other mystery novelists of his generation, E. Phillips ...