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Published by Thorndike Press in Waterville, Me .
Written in English



  • San Francisco (Calif.)


  • Hardy, Dismas (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.,
  • Trials (Murder) -- Fiction.,
  • Serial murders -- Fiction.,
  • Large type books.,
  • San Francisco (Calif.) -- Fiction.

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Edition Notes

StatementJohn Lescroart.
SeriesThorndike Press large print Americana, Thorndike Press large print Americana series
LC ClassificationsPS3562.E78 S43 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination695 p. (large print) ;
Number of Pages695
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3694406M
ISBN 100786263024
LC Control Number2003071187

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