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  • Havoc is a fictional novel written by E. Phillips Oppenheim. Havoc arises when European nations start discussing covert alliances. The development of a covert alliance between Germany, Russia, and Austria is the central theme of the narrative. The English want to divide Russia by holding the Czar to his prior public commitments, but they require evidence of the actions taken to put pressure on him. All the factors that contributed to WWI are present, but the intrigues and covert agreements provide an intriguing backdrop for the plot's twists and turns. There will be numerous deaths and a change of ownership before the book is finished. Oppenheim blends a tale of financial failure, murder, and thievery in The City of London into this political backdrop.
  • Tempting of Tavernake, written by Edward Phillips Oppenheim was first published in 1910 and marks the transformation of Oppenheim from his usual spy thrillers. Most of his works before this were filled with dashing noblemen, adventurous spies, and sophisticated heroes. The transformation was well received by the critics as the novel performed quite well after its release. The novel follows the story of an apathetic man who is socially awkward and cannot empathize with anyone or anything. The readers can see the protagonist unemotional and lonely at the beginning of the novel. However, an accidental encounter with American Beatrice Burnay would alter everything since she teaches him how to accept his emotions. The journey of an extreme introvert to someone who learns to open up his heart to people is heartwarming and can be relatable even after years. As the titular character enhances his emotional intelligence and becomes more emotionally available, the readers experience the growth and the transformation which is also symbolic of Oppenheim’s transformation as a writer as well. This novel was so appreciated that it was adapted in a film called “Sisters of Eve” in 1928.
  • The Betrayal (1904) is a novel written by Edward Phillips Oppenheim. Guy Ducaine recently earned his degree from Oxford University. He is homeless and hungry in the small town of Brasters as a result of a string of bad incidents. He plans to give a talk on local history in an effort to make a few shillings. Colonel Mostyn Ray, an officer and adventurer, is also given a speaking invitation by Lord Rowchester to the community. After his unsuccessful talk, Ducaine returns to his meager house and collapses from hunger. When Ray and Lady Angela, the attractive daughter of Rowchester, discover him there, they resuscitate him and begin a convoluted, amusing, and cunning plot. Ducaine finally joins a War Preparations Committee, which is frequently leaking blueprints to the enemy, and rescues the country after a series of twists and turns. Ducaine's task of keeping the secret war plans out of the hands of the enemy proves nearly impossible for a young and inexperienced man. There is a lot of political intrigue, spying, betrayal, and allegiance going on in the play.
  • Oppenheim, E. Phillips, using the pseudonym Partridge Anthony, is the author of The Golden Web. The Little Anna Gold Mine, which was found in South Africa by Stirling Deane, has been sold. He is now wealthy as a result of the sale and works as the Head of the business to whom he sold the mine. A former acquaintance from his time in South Africa has appeared and claims that he is the mine's owner and that he has the mine's original deed. A few times after meeting Deane, the man is found dead, and the deed he claims to have been missing. Another man who Deane used to negotiate the return of the deed to Deane was charged with the murder, found guilty, and given the death penalty. What happened to the lost deed?
  • The Yellow Crayon, which was written before 1903, goes into more detail on the exploits of Mr. Sabin, who is a cherished main character searching for a startling truth about whose wife Lucille has been singled out by an unidentified secret society. Lucille becomes motivated to learn the truth about her connections to the industry in her abrupt absence. Now, Mr. Sabin is back with a case involving his wife, an unanticipated victim. He is quickly drawn into a mystery surrounding the Yellow Crayon order when she disappears. The story takes a turn towards a team of influential yet occult characters battling socialism and anarchy. Then, the leader is mainly concerned with their own interests, notwithstanding their goal. Mr. Sabin is a wily character who employs his power to carry out despicable deeds. The Yellow Crayon is another enduring mystery by E. Phillips Oppenheim. This narrative is filled with disclosures based on politics, history, and greed that can put readers into an interesting turn!
  • Peter Ruff And The Double Four is a book written by E. Phillips Oppenheim. A set of short stories about the gentleman criminal and master of disguise ''Peter Ruff''. The main character, Peter Ruff, goes to great lengths to discredit a police investigator who got in his way and abducted his lady. Following a career in crime, Peter Ruff decides to use his insider knowledge to work as a private investigator. Along with action, fancy English conversation, and romance, the hilarious plot also features some humor. The 1912 book "Peter Ruff and the Double Four" by E. Phillips Oppenheim details the ascent of country squire Peter Ruff into the criminal underworld. After being chosen as the organization's replacement for the enigmatic "Double Four" organization, Peter is compelled to fully commit to his new job. With spies, global espionage, and intrigue, Oppenheim has written a fascinating book.

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