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Chantecoq and the Aubry Affair by Arthur Bernède

Chantecoq and the Aubry Affair

by Andrew K. Lawston

Paris, 1912. When plans for Jean Aubry's revolutionary "combat aircraft" are stolen by a German spy, his daughter Germaine volunteers to bring them back.

Disguised as a governess, Germaine infiltrates the highest levels of the German military. When she is finally unmasked and imprisoned, her father and her aviator fiancé call on the ultimate secret agent to help bring her home.

Chantecoq. King of detectives...

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Andrew K. Lawston

Andrew K. Lawston

Writer, actor, critic, translator, publishing manager

I grew up in the New Forest, studied French in Birmingham and Bordeaux, became a film scholar, dabbled with teaching, and finally moved to London. I share a flat with a little black cat, cook curries, and write stories.

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