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November 15 , 2008

Complete Adventure Mystery War History Anthologies


His best-known works are the anti-German invasion fantasies The Great War in England in 1897 (1894) and The Invasion of 1910 (1906), the latter of which was a phenomenal bestseller.
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The Doctor of Pimlico

A fantastic mystery novel involving a practicing surgeon who is also a master criminal – and head of an international band of outlaws!

Rasputin the Rascal Monk (1918)
As We Forgive Them (1904)
Whither Thou Goest (1920)
The Minister of Evil (1918)
Spies of the Kaiser (1909)
The Great War in England in 1897 (1894)
The Invasion (1906)
The Closed Book (1904)
The Czar's Spy (1905)
The Great White Queen (1897)
The German Spy System from Within (1915)
Zoraida (1894)
An Eye for an Eye (1900)
The Veiled Man (1899)
The Doctor of Pimlico (1920)
The Gay Triangle (1922)
The House of Whispers (1910)
The Place of Dragons (1916)
The Bond of Black (1899)
Sant of the Secret Service (1918)
The Secrets of Potsdam (1917)

Rasputin the Rascal Monk (1918)-
"Disclosing the Secret Scandal of the Betrayal of Russia by the mock-monk Grichka and the consequent ruin of the Romanoffs. With official documents revealed and recorded for the first time."

Whither Thou Goest (1920)-
The Earl of Saxham was vastly annoyed when his son, Guy, fell in love with a “penniless nobody,” and announced that he would marry her against all opposition. He determined to separate the lovers; to which end he persuaded an influential friend in the Foreign Office to secure an appointment for Guy in the Embassy at Madrid. He little knew that he was sending his son into the centre of a hotbed of anarchism, that Guy’s footsteps were to be dogged by a vindictive and revengeful woman, that his life was to hold many a thrilling moment and not a few narrow escapes.

Mr Le Queux has written a thrilling story of anarchism and its deadly secret plotting, a story through which there runs, nevertheless, a rich vein of romance.

The Minister of Evil (1918)-
I confess that when first I read through the bald statements of fact, which I have here endeavoured to place in readable form for British readers, I became absorbed—therefore I venture to believe that they will be just as interesting to others who read them.

The Invasion (1906)-
"I sometimes despair of the country ever becoming alive to the danger of the unpreparedness of our present position until too late to prevent some fatal catastrophe."

This was the keynote of a solemn warning made in the House of Lords by Earl Roberts. His lordship, whilst drawing attention to our present inadequate forces, strongly urged that action should be taken in accordance with the recommendations of the Elgin Commission that "no military system could be considered satisfactory which did not contain powers of expansion outside the limit of the regular forces of the Crown."....

The Czar's Spy (1905)-
We could tell you what this book was about, but then we'd have to kill you.

The Great White Queen (1897)-
A "Lost Race" tale, set in Africa.

The Veiled Man (1899)-
The remarkable adventures of the notorious robber-sheikh Ahamadou, “the Abandoned of Allah,” once the terror of the Areg Desert, but now friendly to the French, were collected during a journey across the Great Sahara. In the belief that some description of the wild life of the Desert, with its romance and mystery, told by one upon whose head a price was set for twelve years, and who a dozen times narrowly escaped capture, may interest those fond of adventure, I have translated, edited, and presented these reminiscences in their present form.

The Doctor of Pimlico (1920)-
A fantastic mystery novel involving a practicing surgeon who is also a master criminal – and head of an international band of outlaws!

The House of Whispers (1910)-
A remarkable mystery story in which valuables disappear from locked safes; written and whispered warnings come out of nowhere and a murder is committed behind locked doors – all in a modern New York apartment.

"Full of arresting situations and making a strong appeal at every stage to the instinct of curiosity." – The Pall Mall Gazette.

Sant of the Secret Service (1918)-
Cheerful, optimistic, and the most modest of men, Gerry Sant has seldom spoken of his own adventures. The son of a certain nobleman who must here remain nameless, and hence the scion of a noble house, he has graduated through all stages of the dark and devious ways of espionage.


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