Mystery and Crime Meade, L T, and Robert Eustace: The Lost Square (1902); v1; 14 Sep 2020
#1  Pulpmeister 09-14-2020, 08:22 AM
Episodic short novel, of some 45,000 words. Six events in a duel of wits between the narrator, Rupert Phenays, and a ruthless and unscupulous secret service ageent of a foreign power, at the time of the leadup to the Boer War.

1: Mademoiselle Delacourt
2: A Little Smoke
3: The Tiger's Claw
4: A Conjuring Trick
5: A Gallop With the Storm
6: The Lost Square

The main text is Wikisource; however, two pages were missing from the scan od episode 2, which i recovered elsewhere.
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