The Prisoner in the Opal
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|Author||A. E. W. Mason|
|Preceded by||The House of the Arrow|
|Followed by||They Wouldn't Be Chessmen|
Inspector Hanaud of the Paris Sûreté investigates a crime with the assistance of his friend, Mr Ricardo.
- Bargainnier p.38
- Bargainnier, Earl F. Twelve Englishmen of mystery. Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1984.
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