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Old 03-09-2008, 09:24 PM   #1
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Chambers, Robert W: The Tracer of Lost Persons, v.1 10 March 2008.

A detective novel of 1906.
(Illustrated.)

By Robert W Chambers (1865-1933). I havenít come across this author before, but was browsing PG and liked the title. The novel seems to be a humorous episodic set of linked stories about a professional tracer of missing people.
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