The Man with the Clubfoot eBook

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Title:  The Man with the Clubfoot

Author:  Valentine Williams

Release Date:  March 9, 2005 [EBook #15302]

Language:  English

Character set encoding:  ASCII

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The man with the clubfoot

By Valentine Williams

Author ofThe secret hand,” “The yellow streak,” “The return of clubfoot,” “The Orange divan,” “Clubfoot the avenger

1918

WHAT THIS STORY IS ABOUT

“The Man with the Clubfoot” is one of the most ingenious and sinister secret agents in Europe.  It is to him that the task is assigned of regaining possession of an indiscreet letter written by the Kaiser.

Desmond Okewood, a young British officer with a genius for secret service work, sets out to thwart this man and, incidentally, discover the whereabouts of his brother.

He penetrates into Germany disguised, and meets with many thrilling adventures before he finally achieves his mission.

In “The Man with the Clubfoot,” Valentine Williams has written a thrilling romance of mystery, love and intrigue, that in every sense of the word may be described as “breathless.”

CHAPTER

       I. I seek a Bed in Rotterdam

      II.  The Cipher with the Invoice

     III.  A Visitor in the Night

      IV.  Destiny knocks at the Door

       V. The Lady of the Vos in’t Tuintje

      VI.  I board the Berlin Train and leave a Lame Gentleman on the
          Platform

     VII.  In which a Silver Star acts as a Charm

    VIII.  I hear of Clubfoot and meet his Employer

      IX.  I encounter an old Acquaintance who leads me to a delightful
          Surprise

       X. A Glass of Wine with Clubfoot

      XI.  Miss Mary Prendergast risks her Reputation

     XII.  His Excellency the General is worried

    XIII.  I find Achilles in his Tent

     XIV.  Clubfoot comes to Haase’s

      XV.  The Waiter at the Cafe Regina

     XVI.  A Hand-clasp by the Rhine

    XVII.  Francis takes up the Narrative

   XVIII.  I go on with the Story

     XIX.  We have a Reckoning with Clubfoot

      XX.  Charlemagne’s Ride

     XXI.  Red Tabs explains

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