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The Lost Ambassador by E. Phillips Oppenheim

Book Name:
The Lost Ambassador
Book info:
The Lost Ambassador The Lost Ambassador The Search For The Missing Delora E. Phillips Oppenheim by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Book Size:
80,300 / 231 pg
Mnybks.net:
11831
Publisher:
gutenberg.org
Date of Addition:
1910
Copyright Date:
1910
Copyrighted By:
E. Phillips Oppenheim from gutenberg.org
Adult content:
No
Language:
English
Categories:
Pulp, Mystery/Detective, Espionage
Grade Levels:
PR
Submitted By:
Admin
NIMAC:
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The Lost Ambassador by E. Phillips Oppenheim description:

A straightforward mystery tale of Paris and London.

indeed. I noticed it when I ventured to address monsieur on the steps of the Opera House."

I remained gloomily silent. It was one thing to avail myself of the society of a very popular little maitre d'hotel, holiday making in his own capital, and quite another to take him even a few steps into my confidence. So I said nothing, but my eyes, which travelled around the room, were weary.

"After all," Louis continued, helping himself to a cigarette, "what is there in a place like this to amuse? We are not Americans or tourists. The Montmartre is finished. The novelists and the story-tellers have killed it. The women come here because they love to show their jewelry, to flirt with the men. The men come because their womankind desire it, and because it is their habit. But for the rest there is nothing. The true Parisian may come here, perhaps, once or twice a year,–no more. For the man of the world–such as you and I, monsieur,–these places do not exist."

I glanced at my companion a l



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