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A Royal Prisoner

Auhtor: Marcel Allain

Language: english
Published: 1918

Genres:

fiction,  mystery detective,  thrillers
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Review by Michael Gallagher, December 2010


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Royal Prisoner':

The daring exploits of Fantmas in his attempts to get possession of the King of Hesse-Weimars famous diamond.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Royal Prisoner':


... was Juve, the celebrated detective. In fact, Fandor's complex and adventurous life was very much bound up with that of the police officer, for they ...
... gooseberry syrup???? queer taste, isn't it? Susy saw the conversation was getting away from the point, so repeated her request: Introduce me to your ...
... overheard the final words of a third person who had entered the room, evidently the conci??rge. She was saying: It must be 'him'???? only treat ...
... climbed the flights of stairs and knocked on the door indicated. It was opened by a young girl. Mademoiselle Marie Pascal? Yes, Monsieur. Can ...
... not be long in clearing up this mystery. Juve had a reason for giving this advice. The more gossip, the less chance would the police department have ...
... She looked so pretty with her tears and her love that the situation became intolerable to him. Sire, whispered the gentle voice of Marie Pascal, ...
... Wulf disappeared when Juve seized Fandor by the shoulder. Fandor! What does this mean? Why, Juve, simply that I'm the King of Hesse-Weimar???of ...
... I'll give you until eleven to-morrow morning to produce this Wulf???? or whatever he calls himself if then he cannot positively affirm that the King ...
... the door, Madame Ceiron suddenly pressed against a large box which fell over and spread a fine coal dust over the carpet. It is locked, Madame ...
... and tried officials. The officer smiled: My dear Count, it is easily seen that you come from the depths of Africa. Otherwise you would know that ...
... men sprang at one another.?Two revolver shots rang out. The dancers heard them in the ballroom and stopped dancing. The musicians heard them and ceased ...
... I do an errand, it will only take twenty-five?minutes??? . I'm going to see a girl I know you understand? Yes, Sire. Must I count all the carriages? No, ...
... to talk of his arrest. Wulf stopped suddenly, alarmed: But that is a state secret which I may not tell you. The second time was yesterday evening, ...
... stuttered Frederick-Christian, scarcely able to speak for indignation. Yes, continued Wulf, I'm glad to see you up as for me, I'm all right???? ...
... echoed Juve, this second hypothesis is evidently the right one and Lady Beltham has ranged herself upon the side of law. The detective, with a ...
... receive, especially incognito, a King who is thought to be an assassin???? you don't know what might be made of it??? . This extraordinary ...
... Fant??mas had worn the garment, and had carried the diamond in the pocket of the waistcoat he found in the Marquis de S??rac's apartment. Hence ...
... her head. I don't think you'll find her. Why not? Well, she's in the country. Will she be away for several days? I expect so. Fandor decided ...
... 31 THE DEATH WATCH In her ears an incessant buzzing. On her throat a weight which stifled her. In her mouth a gag which obstructed ...
... duty it was to bar the way to the platform of departure. Here Juve ran into Michel, and the two men silently shook hands. Juve was about to show his card, ...