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Inácio

Israel Lisboa

Publisher: Israel Lisboa

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When Fidere finds out that was a murder in Poloni street, he drives straight there to try to solve the mystery. Nevertheless, some victims start to disappear and he can just count on his new friend Inácio to discover who is possibly guilty. Some suspects can be, Renato Lemes, the victim's brother, Regina, neighbor, among others.

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