06 Apr

Holy Smoke: A Jerusalem Mystery, Book 3

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Anne’s Well, click here and for the short story, “Any Means Short of Murder,” which first appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, click here and learn how she and Rob ended up married and dealing with a murder all on the same day. They issued 3,000 invitations to a ball which became the event of the year for New Orleans society. You already have an abcteach member account. Move your mystery into the past, near or far, and you've entered the realm of the historical mystery. By the same rule, Israel is raised ‘at the end of their power’.

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Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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