Title in England: The Game of Liberty.
, "that we worked that little conjuring trick."
The detective stood once more at our table. My instinctive dislike of him was now an accomplished thing. I hated his smile of subdued triumph, and all my fundamental ideas as to law and order were seriously affected by it. I was distinctly on the side of my new acquaintance.
"I am sorry to interrupt this little feast," Mr. Cullen said, "but I shall have to trouble you both to come with me for a short time."
Mr. Parker carefully clipped the end of his cigar and leaned back in his chair while he lit it.
"My friend Cullen," he remonstrated, "I have no objection to offering myself up as a victim to your super-abundant energy and trotting about with you wherever you choose; but when it comes to dragging my friends into it, I just want to say right here that I think you are carrying things a little too far--just a little too far, sir."
"If either of you seriously object to my request," Mr. Cullen replied doggedly, "I can put the matter on a different ba
An unlikely but amusing tale, different from Oppenheim's typical tale.
This great story really keeps you guessing as it moves along to a very satisfactory conclusion.
Things are not as they seem...
Crimes, criminals, ill-gotten gains -- but what is really going on?
Compelling and humorous. Loved it!
Loved it!! The previous reviewer was right. It was a page turner and great fun! An upper class Brit gets mixed up with a father and daughter team of self-professed "adventurers" with consequences that will keep you reading....
Its a winner. Enjoy!
Apparent fool meets genius thief with daughter and falls in love. Do not expect the usual outcome. It reminds me a bit of Raffles but the narrator is more active here. Well-written, funny, and a page-turner.