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Percy James Brebner

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. . .e her, and a bloodless revolution raised my father to power."

"Has Felix any greater right than you?" she asked.

"By birth, no; by capacity, yes. Let him be Duke. I will be the first to shout for him."

"Coward!" she said.

"Christine, there are bounds which even you must not pass," he said, turning a stern face to her.

She clapped her hands at his sudden anger, and stepped quickly to his side.

"There spoke a worthy Duke. I have seen the same anger rush blood-red into your father's face, and have trembled for his enemies. You cannot hide your real self; you cannot deny your real personality, even though you would."


"It lies in peace among these books of mine," he answered. "We have talked of this enough."

"Not yet. Listen, Maurice. Felix is hated by many, and if he seizes the crown, there will be bloodshed in the streets of Vayenne."

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Community Reviews

This was a thoroughly enjoyable story! If anyone has read stories by Anthony Hope such as "The Prisoner of Zenda", this is written in the same vein of adventure and intrigue. Nothing is predictable from one chapter to the next.
I probably ought to rate it at about three stars because the author had n

I had never heard of Percy Brebner so I just read this book on a whim. I do this sort of thing often and seldom make it past ten pages or so. This is a rollicking story that moves forward briskly. Stylistically, written by an assured experienced hand. In some ways it feels like a throwback to simple