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The son of Porthos;: Or, The death of Aramis (The souvenir series)

by Dumas, Alexandre

Condition: Acceptable


F.M. Lupton Pub. Co, 1892-01-01. Hardcover. Acceptable. Fair hardcover, no dustcover. Text unmarked. Covers show edge wear with rubbings/scuffing and bumped corners. Spine edge wear. Hinges cracked but binding still intact. Book slightly shelf-cocked. Previous owner's name on end paper.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!

This is not a novel by Dumas. This is a forgery written by Paul Mahalin.




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