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The Yellow Dove

George Gibbs

Book Overview: 

A World War 1 spy vs spy novel. Oh! And perhaps I should also mention, a bit of romance?
"I am sorry,” he said coolly, "awfully sorry. As you know, I would have had things different. You may still doubt me when I say that what I have done is the hardest task that I ever undertook in my life. But that is true. You were the only person in England who jeopardized my existence there. I had to take you away. I regret the necessity of having to use force. I shall do what I can here upon the Sylph to counteract the unpleasant impression of my brutality. I am not a bully and a woman-baiter. I am a spoke in the wheel of destiny which you had clogged. By all the rules of the game you should have died. Reasons which I need not mention made your death at my hands an impossibility. So I merely removed you to a place of safety. No harm shall come to you, I pledge my honor."

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .She can’t be far. Find her.”

He rushed around the rear wheels of the limousine and for the first time spied the gate in the hedge.

“Tricked, by God! In after her, some of you.”

“It won’t do a bit of good,” remarked Cyril. He was sitting in the dirt of the middle of the road near the front wheels of the machines. “She doesn’t smoke, o’ chap. Bad taste, I call it, gettin’ a lady mixed up in a hunt for cigarettes. Besides she’s almost home by this. The house isn’t far. She lives there, you know.”

In her tree Doris trembled. She was well screened by the branches and she heard the crackle of footsteps in the dry leaves as the searchers beat the bushes below her, but they passed on, following the path toward the house. As the sounds diminished in the distance she saw Cyril still seated on the ground leaning against the front wheels of the touring-car while . . . Read More

Community Reviews

“Not for twenty Englands”
I loved this book, it’s definitely the best book among George Gibbs books. It’s very different from every other book I’ve read so far by him, the plot is very suspenseful and romantic at the same time. No dull moment with this one, you’re always on the edge of your seat, hop

A few weeks ago I threw out a Scarlet Pimpernel comparison in connection with another book. That was because I hadn't met this book yet.
That's enough said, right?
Just kidding. I'll say more.
It's World War I and pretty much all Englishmen are getting involved. Except for Cyril Hammersley, a vapid and

Oh, this was brilliant!

Set during WW1 when all the young men are insisting to go off to the trenches, Doris Matter and her friends can't help but wonder why The Honerable Cyril hasn't joined. Worse, he seems bored with the topic when its brought up and shows no sign of doing anything for the war eff