The Powers and Maxine

by Charles Norris Williamson

"When a gifted and beautiful actress, who at the same time is a secret service agent for the British government, captivates Parisian society with her histrionic powers and incidentally breaks many hearts and gets into innumerable tragic situations, the narrative of her adventures could not possibly be dull. When it is told by C.N. & A.M. Williamson, those past-masters in the art of fiction, in such a dramatic book as 'The Powers and Maxine' every page throbs with interest." --The Boston Globe


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