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The Grassleyes Mystery - ebook/epub

The Grassleyes Mystery - ebook/epub
The Grassleyes Mystery - ebook/epub
E. Phillips Oppenheim
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This is another great novel by Edward Phillips Oppenheim, the prolific English novelist who was in his lifetime a major and successful writer of genre fiction including thrillers and spy novels, and who wrote over a 100 of them. When David Granet asks for a place to stay „within a twenty-mile radius of either Nice or Cannes”, he does not anticipate the trouble that he finds at the Manoir of Lady Grassleyes. The Lady of the manor is dead when he arrives, and the will is disputed. Granet gets himself drawn into an ugly dispute between the estate agent and Lady Grassleys’ niece. At stake is the land, the fortune, and a mysterious wealth in botanical formulas.
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