Sidney Rosenblum, a Russian born Jew, is recruited by the British espionage service and on his first assignment comes up with intelligence on the Russian oil fields but also sensitive information on their heretofore unknown Persian installations. He is detained in a provincial town by a zealous police inspector but sees a chance to escape. Rosenblum fakes a romantic liaison with the beautiful wife of an aged cleric caught in a dysfunctional marriage. Rosenblum's superiors are distressed with his less than gallant tactics and Margaret Thomas, the young wife in question feels humiliated at having been used. However, Rosenblum has a score to settle. An operative of Zaharov, an influential arms dealer working for the Turks among others, murders Rosenblum's London girlfriend in his zeal to obtain the invaluable documents from her. Written by
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This episode takes place in 1901. See more
You'll be put up in the hotel. It is just across the road and slightly more comfortable than the jail. Naturally there will be a guard by your bedroom door, and one will accompany you whenever you go and please do not try to escape. There are tigers in the hills, and they eat people. These...
[Pointing to pictures of people on the walls
... these have all been eaten by tigers. Hunh! This is only the frontier. People imagine they can ride on a horse and ride across. I can assure you, ...