The Master Spy
by Arthur Gask (1937)
Arthur Cecil Gask (1872-1951) was born in London and practised as a dental surgeon for more than forty years in England and Australia. Following retirement in 1933 he devoted himself to writing. He died in North Adelaide, South Australia.
(Featuring Gilbert Larose)
When Gilbert Larose, one-time Australian detective, but now lord of a famous English manor, is approached by the British Secret Service for help on a dangerous mission, all his good resolutions to remain in retirement are forgotten. An elusive master spy of a foreign Power is stealing England's most vital defence secrets; detail after detail of new plans are being carried across the Channel, and the Secret Service is powerless to stop the leakage.
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