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Hinging on the theft of an enormous diamond originally stolen from an Indian shrine, this riveting novel features the innovative Sergeant Cuff, the hilarious house steward Gabriel Betteridge, a lovesick housemaid, and a mysterious band of Indian jugglers.
Journal Entry 2
The Fat Cup Cafe in Blackburn, Victoria Australia on Tuesday, May 04, 2021
Released 1 mo ago (5/5/2021 UTC) at The Fat Cup Cafe in Blackburn, Victoria Australia
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Templestowe, Victoria Australia on Friday, May 07, 2021
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Templestowe, Victoria Australia on Monday, May 10, 2021
This mystery by Wilkie Collins was first published in 1868, apparently it is often considered the first English-language detective novel. Collins spins a literary web that starts out somewhat slowly but then inexorably pulls one in. I thoroughly enjoyed being captured and recommend the experience to everyone.
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Diamond Village Shopping Centre in Watsonia, Victoria Australia on Friday, June 04, 2021
Released 5 days ago (6/8/2021 UTC) at Diamond Village Shopping Centre in Watsonia, Victoria Australia
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