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King’s Courier. The King’s Courier was created by “H.M. Egbert,” the pseudonym of Victor Rousseau Emmanuel (Jim Anthony, Ivan Brodsky, Clifford, Ronald Gowan, Phileas Immanuel, King of Knaves, Professor MacBeard, Isabel Marston, Dr. Martinus, Pennell, Shawm, Thorne, Mr. X), and appeared in nine stories in The New Magazine in 1910, beginning with “A King’s Courier” (The New Magazine, June 1910).

The King’s Courier is a courier/spy for the Crown and is active in high-end diplomatic affairs in North Africa, France, the Baltics, Russia, and Spain.

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