I Spy

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pubOne info LLC, Sep 15, 2010 - Fiction - 246 pages
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pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. The allied forces, English and French, had been bent backward day by day, until it seemed as if Paris was fairly within the Germans' grasp. Bent indeed, but never broken, and with the turning of the tide the Allied line had rushed forward, and France breathed again.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER II OUT OF THE VOID
CHAPTER III POWERS THAT PREY
CHAPTER IV SHOULD AULD ACQUAINTANCE BE FORGOT?
CHAPTER V AN EVENTFUL EVENING
CHAPTER VI AT THE CAPITOL
CHAPTER VII PHANTOM WIRES
CHAPTER VIII KAISER BLUMEN
CHAPTER IX THE SPIDER AND THE FLY
CHAPTER XV THE GAME I SPY
CHAPTER XVI AT THE MORGUE
CHAPTER XVII CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE
CHAPTER XVIII A PROPOSAL
CHAPTER XIX THE YELLOW STREAK
CHAPTER XX THE AWAKENING
CHAPTER XXI THE FINGER PRINT
CHAPTER XXII TRENTON HURRY

CHAPTER X SISTERS IN UNITY
CHAPTER XI A MAN IN A HURRY
CHAPTER XII A SINISTER DISCOVERY
CHAPTER XIII HIDE AND SEEK
CHAPTER XIV A QUESTION OF LOYALTY
CHAPTER XXIII IN FULL CRY
CHAPTER XXIV RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE
CHAPTER XXV LOVE PARAMOUNT
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