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Murder over a Pheasant Feather - cover

Murder over a Pheasant Feather

Robert Linori

Translator Gyurácz Zoltán

Publisher: Császár Róbert

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A short story about a young man, who was innocently murdered by the Capo of Vásárosbéc.

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