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Perkins' Profession - Huntley-in-the-Bog Mysteries #1 - cover

Perkins' Profession - Huntley-in-the-Bog Mysteries #1

James Court

Publisher: James Court

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Summary

Brian Perkins chose the job of teaplanter when he could not find a role working with elephants. But his expectation of travelling to exotic locations was to be dissapointed, and then the bodies began to be found.

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