The most celebrated of Oppenheim’s books, The Great Impersonation opens in East Africa in 1913, as the disgraced English aristocrat Everard Dominey stumbles out of the bush only to come face to face with his double—the German Baron von Ragastein. When Dominey returns to London months later and resumes his glittering social life, suspicions rise: Is this really Dominey, or a German agent infiltrating high society on the eve of war?
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