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Alias the Lone Wolf

Louis Joseph Vance

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Phinuit had not returned, so there was no present opportunity to take further note of him; though Duchemin first inferred from Mr. Monk's manner, and later learned through a chance remark of his, that Phinuit was his secretary.

Upon this Mr. Monk Duchemin concentrated close attention, satisfied that he had here to do with an extraordinary personality, if not one unique.

Mr. Whitaker Monk might have been any age between thirty-five and fifty-five, so non-committal was that lantern-jawed countenance of a droll, with its heavy, black, eloquent eyebrows, its high and narrow forehead merging into an extensive bald spot fringed with greyish hair, its rather small, blue, illegible eyes, its high-bridged nose and prominent nostrils, its wide and thin-lipped mouth, its rather startling pallor. Taller by a head than anybody in the room except Duchemin, his figure was remarkably thin, yet not ill-proportioned. Neither was Mr. Monk ill at ease or ungraceful. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Not bad, a little slow.

It was not all bad. It was slow in parts. The time period was of more clear cut era.

Unlike the previous novel in this series (The Red Masquerade) this installment has Michael Lanyard front and center once again. He has cut his ties to the British Secret Service now and decides to wander aimlessly around Southern France for time. To the surprise of neither the reader nor Lanyard him

Great, well written tale

I have enjoyed each of the lone wolf stories I have read. They are well written, exciting tales. Not pulp. The plots are interesting, not easily seen through. Enjoy.