Prodigals of Monte Carlo is a 1926 romance novel by the British writer E. Phillips Oppenheim. It marked a departure from the usual style for Oppenheim who was better known for his thriller, mystery and adventure novels.
|Author||E. Phillips Oppenheim|
|Publisher||Hodder and Stoughton |
Little, Brown (US)
After discovering from his doctor that he only has six months to live, Sir Hargrave Wendever decides to spend the time in Monte Carlo enjoying himself. As a gesture of he invites Betty Oliver and her impoverished artist fiancée to accompany him at his expense.
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