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Four Faultless Felons
Author:G. K. Chesterton
Retail Price:$9.95
Availability:In Stock
Format:Book
Pages:224
Dimensions:5 1/2 x 8 1/2
ISBN:0486258521
EAN:978-0-486-25852-2
UPC:800759258529
A series of four intertwined novellas whose central characters appear to be involved in murder, fraud, theft and treason. "Dazzling reading from cover to cover." — The New York Times.
Reprint of the Cassell and Company, Ltd., London, 1930 edition.

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