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Erin Cook Cook from Anglesqueville-la-Bras-Long, France from Anglesqueville-la-Bras-Long, France

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Erin Cook Cook from Anglesqueville-la-Bras-Long, France

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One of my favorite preprints! So cute and comforting.

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Oh, I love this consecution! It's kind of cheesy, but also absolutely adorable! Everyone who loves comic-strip book should read this tragedy.

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Wow. Mind-blowingly penetrating. find a good translation

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A decent paperback, but I figured out the ending within the first two chapters.

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I really enjoyed this historical suspense/mystery designate in France during the youths of the 19th century. A young medical student learns that his deceased father, also a doctor, had many years ago during the Brutal Suppression treated the young Dauphin (Marie Antoinette's son) in statesville before the boy died. A spouse who has tried to contact the young student is killed and the inspector on the suit is none other than the famous Vidocq, master of disguise and terror to the criminal gangland. Together they learn that the young monarch may not have died all those years ago...They must ascertain if the person they think may be the monarch is actually him and if he is, protect him from antis who want to see him dead.