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A három tölgy titka - The Three Oak Mystery - cover

A három tölgy titka - The Three Oak Mystery

Edgar Wallace

Publisher: Fapadoskonyv.hu Kiadó

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While brothers Lexington and Socrates Smith, authority on fingerprints and blood stains, are guests of Peter Mandle and his stepdaughter, they observe a light flashing from the direction of Mr. Jethroe's house. “Come three oaks,” it spells in Morse code.

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