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Henriette. Henriette was created by the Canadian author J-M Lebel and appeared in “Le Valise Mystérieuse” (Le Roman Canadien #68, 1930) and “Les Amours de William Benjamin” (Le Roman Canadien #31, 1931).
The brilliant Québécois inventor Pierre Lebon has created a technologically advanced torpedo. Unfortunately, the plans are stolen, and the Canadian government believes that Lebon has sold them to the German. To vindicate Lebon his fiancée Henriette assumes the identity of “William Benjamin” and sets out to find the real thief. In the sequel events repeat themselves: Lebon is suspected of spying, and Henriette must pretend to be William Benjamin to find the real spies.
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