Hemingway, Hunter of Men: The Could-Be-True Story of the Famous Author’s Role in Wartime Murder and Royal Intrigue

Sir Harry Oakes was probably the wealthiest man murdered in the 20th century, and the crime remains unsolved. Oakes, who made his fortune in the gold fields, had established himself in Nassau to avoid taxes in time for World War II. There he fell in with the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and a Swedish

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