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Reviews by kadhillac

The Kingdom of the Blind

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

A British soldier and a British Field Doctor meet at a luncheon and immediate enemity ensues. One suspects the other of being a spy but are his suspicions correct?

Interesting, however the reader's feelings for the antagonist are often conflicted.

Reviewed on 2010.11.12

The Lighted Way

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

Pretty good. The whole Portuguese revolution idea doesn't show up till the end of the book, everything is pretty mysterious until then...The reader is kept in complete mystery until the whole story is explained.

Reviewed on 2010.11.05

The Vanished Messenger

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

I liked this book. Always kept the reader guessing. Very interesting characters.

Reviewed on 2010.11.05

The Yellow Crayon

by E. Phillips Oppenheim

Very mysterious. Mr. Sabin returns to Europe where he believes his wife to be, "kidnapped" by members of a society of aristocrats.

Reviewed on 2010.10.29

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