The Great Impersonation
A fateful meeting gives life to a sinister plot. If it succeeds, it has damning consequences for England. Everard Dominey and Leopold Von Ragastein have more in common than their college days at Oxford; they look like twins! In jungles of German East Africa, many years later, these two meet. Certain exchanges are made and they part again, forever. Dominey goes back to his insane young wife lady Dominey. He takes up his interrupted personal life and begins a new and strange political aspiration. As for Leopold Von Ragastein, who knows where he went?--Submitted by n. moghadam.
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