• The Yellow House

The Yellow House

The Yellow House

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  • Author
    Edward Phillips Oppenheimer
  • Publisher
    Lindhardt Og Ringhof
  • Publication date
    13 October 2021

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    The Yellow House

  • Author

    Edward Phillips Oppenheimer

  • Date Published

    13 October 2021

  • Publisher

    Lindhardt Og Ringhof

  • Pages

    403 pages

  • ISBN

    9788726924183

Book Description

Also published under the title ‘As a Man Lives’, ‘The Yellow House’ is an E. Phillips Oppenheim tale packed full of his trademark mystery and suspense. The story is narrated by our protagonist Kate Ffolliott, who has recently returned to England following completion of her studies in Germany. Beautiful and popular, Kate soon finds herself the centre of attention. Romance, passion, and jealousy ensue in this gripping story full of unexpected twists and turns. E. Phillips Oppenheim (1866-1946) was a hugely prolific and highly popular British author of novels and short stories. Born in Tottenham, London, Oppenheim left school as a teenager and worked for his leather-merchant father for 20 years prior to launching his literary career. Oppenheim published five novels under the pseudonym ‘Anthony Partridge’ before establishing his reputation as a writer under his own name. An internationally successful author, Oppenheim’s stories revolved mainly around glamourous characters, luxurious settings, and themes of espionage, suspense, and crime. He is widely regarded as one of the earliest pioneers of the thriller and spy-fiction genre as it is recognised today. Oppenheim’s incredible literary success meant that his own life soon began to mirror that of his opulent characters. He held lavish, Gatsby-style parties at his French Villa and was rumoured to have had frequent love affairs aboard his luxury yacht. Oppenheim’s success earned him the cover of Time magazine in 1927. Some of his most well-known novels include ‘The Great Impersonation’, ‘The Long Arm of Mannister’ and ‘The Moving Finger’.

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