I have been many things, in Britain, Canada, Europe, and elsewhere; and of course my father wanted me to be an accoutnant. But now in Paris, in Rome, in Florence, in Berlin, in Vienna - in fact, over half the face of Europe, from the Pyrenees to the Russian frontier - I am now known as "The Count's Chauffeur." And the count is not just Italian gentry: he is a swindler. And I am his aide-de-camp. . . .
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A fun Book that ended too soon. Reads like many stories from that period and feels somewhat dated, but the use of era's jargon doesn't diminish the quality of the stories. I would recommend it.