The Marchioness of Amesbury was giving a garden party
in the spacious but somewhat urban grounds of her
mansion in Kensington. Perhaps because it was
the first affair of its sort of th...
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 ...