LAST TRAIN OUT by E. P. Oppenheim
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LAST TRAIN OUT

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Good Oppenheim -- a fast moving tale of smuggling world masterpieces out of Vienna at the time of Austria's downfall at Nazi hands. With the Nazis as the villians, with a Nazi spy in the form of a beautiful baroness, and an ex-British spy who aids two people appointed by Vienna's most popular Jew, Leopold Benjamin, to act when he flees, -- as hero, there is chance for plenty of cross wiring and intrigue. There are some incidental murders, and a romance or two. Good going.

Pub Date: Nov. 7th, 1940
Publisher: Little, Brown