(LARGE PRINT EDITION) 1918. One of the Craig Kennedy Series. The book begins: That little moving-picture actress, Marcia Lamar, knows more about these new slides at Culebra than she's telling. Burke leaned forward eagerly as he poured forth his suspicions to Kennedy in a secluded corner of the broad veranda of the Washington Hotel at Colon. On his way back to the States, after leaving us at St. Thomas, he had been intercepted at Havana, and been moved down to the Isthmus, like a chessman, by the chief of the Secret Service. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.