Rupert of Henzau by Anthony Hope, narrated by Patrick Horgan.
Rupert of Henzau
Rupert of Hentzau (from the memoirs of Fritz von Tarlenheim) was published by Anthony Hope (Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins) in 1898, four years after his more well-known novel The Prisoner of Zenda. It is, of course, a sequel and continues the tale of Englishman Rupert Rassendyll who bears a striking resemblance to the King of Ruritania. Rudolf is in love with the Queen, who is unhappily married and when Rupert of Hentzau intercepts a love letter intended for Rupert he could find himself in serious trouble
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