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Christopher Kelly

I don't know how much you bid on the book, but your story might be worth the price (if you had had to pay in the end)!

Paul D. Van Pelt

Good stuff, Eric!
A detective story, worthy of Conan Doyle seems to me. Heartbreaking that you could not keep the find. I must confess I would have been sorely tempted.

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