THE SERMON THAT WAS NEVER PREACHED
A little party of men and women on bicycles were pushing
their machines up the steep ascent which formed the
one street of Feldwick village. It was a Sunday
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 ...