Bio: E. Phillips Oppenheim (1866-1946) published more than one hundred novels, which were mainly adventure-packed tales of international conspiracies. Among his works are The Man from Sing Sing, Jacobís Ladder, The Modern Prometheus, and The Pawns Count.
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'"Brilliantly Constructed and Convincingly Told!" Wrote The London Times. Don't miss this handpicked trio of our editor's favorite Oppenheim thrillers! E. Phillips Oppenheim was one of the inventor's of the spy novel. Before James Bond 007, Oppenheim's debonair British agents were busy saving the free world from enemy agents, traitors, and vengeance seeking madmen. And romance is one of the strongest elements of any Oppenheim masterwork. All his books could be summed up by this review from the L... more info>>
The "Mistress of Manhunting"--Ellery Queen. In these eleven mystery tales, E. Phillips Oppenheim ("a master of mystery" the New York World), the master of spy and mystery thrillers, takes us to London in the early 20th Century and the world of Clara, Baroness Linz--English by birth, Austrian by marriage, and cosmopolitan by choice. Self-supporting and independent long before women's liberation. Clara founds a detective agency because, as she remarks to a friend, "most of the vocations for women ... more info>>
The Three Greatest Spy Novels of All Time! In one low priced eBook, read three classic edge-of-the-seat espionage tales, complete and unabridged. Mystery novelist and critic Julian Symons calls Childers' Riddle of the Sands (1903), "one of the best spy and adventure stories ever written." It should be, the author was a heroic British-Irish spy who was executed for his efforts. Oppenheim's The Great Impersonation (1919) is our publisher's personal favorite spy novel of all time, guaranteed to kee... more info>>