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Havoc

Edward Phillips Oppenheim (1866-1946)

1. Chapter 1 - Crowned Heads Meet
2. Chapter 2 - Arthur Doward's Scoop
3. Chapter 3 - Ours Is A Strange Courtship
4. Chapter 4 - The Night Train From Vienna
5. Chapter 5 - Von Behrling Has The Packet
6. Chapter 6 - Von Behrling IsTempted
7. Chapter 7 - We Play For Great Stakes
8. Chapter 8 - The Hand of Misfortune
9. Chapter 9 - Robbing The Dead
10. Chapter 10 - Bellamy Is Outwitted
11. Chapter 11 - Von Behrling's Fate
12. Chapter 12 - Baron De Streuss' Proposal
13. Chapter 13 - Stephen Laverick's Conscience
14. Chapter 14 - Arthur Morrison's Collapse
15. Chapter 15 - Laverick's Partner Flees
16. Chapter 16 - The Waiter At The Black Post
17. Chapter 17 - The Price of Silence
18. Chapter 18 - The Lonely Chorus Girl
19. Chapter 19 - Mysterious Inquiries
20. Chapter 20 - Laverick is Cross Examined
21. Chapter 21 - Mademoiselle Idiale's Visit
22. Chapter 22 -Activity of Austrian Spies
23. Chapter 23 - Laverick At The Opera
24. Chapter 24 - A Supper Party At Luigi's
25. Chapter 25 - Jim Shepherd's Scare
26. Chapter 26 - The Document Discovered
27. Chapter 27 - Penetrating A Mystery
28. Chapter 28 - Laverick's Narrow Escape
29. Chapter 29 - Lassen's Treachery Discovered
30. Chapter 30 - The Contest For The Papers
31. Chapter 31 - Miss Lenevu's Message
32. Chapter 32 - Morrison Is Desperate
33. Chapter 33 - Laverick's Arrest
34. Chapter 34 - Morrison's Disclosure
35. Chapter 35 - Bellamy's Success
36. Chapter 36 - Laverick Acquitted
37. Chapter 37 - The Plot That Failed
38. Chapter 38 - A Farewell Appearance

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Summary

Havoc occurs when European countries are discussing covert alliances. The story revolves around the creation of a secret alliance between Germany, Russia, and Austria. The English hope to split Russia away by holding the Czar to his previous public commitments, but they need proof of what was done to create the pressure. All the pressures that lead to WWI are there, but the intrigues and secret treaties create an interesting background to the twists and turns of the plot.

Reviews

Margaret

Well read mystery and interesting plot.