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Published by Putnam"s Sons in Garden City, NY .
Written in English

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Other titlesA.B.C. murders., Murder on the links., Peril at end house., Cat among the pigeons.
Statementby Agatha Christie
SeriesMystery guild, Mystery guild
ContributionsChristie, Agatha, Christie, Agatha, Christie, Agatha, Christie, Agatha
The Physical Object
Pagination696 str. ;
Number of Pages696
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24384564M

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