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Every possible entry into this house including the chimney is locked and electronically booby-trapped. His eyes roamed over the shelves of books behind the sparkling glass doors. If anyone puts so much as a jimmy in a lock, we’ll know it and cover your house in seconds. I bet fifty bucks there isn’t a crook in the country that can get past your present security system.
A of revenge, alienation, genealogy, history, and the occult, set in an isolated apartment complex targeted for destruction in a gloomy section of Brooklyn.
478. Published: 2019. A of revenge, alienation, genealogy, history, and the occult, set in an isolated apartment complex targeted for destruction in a gloomy section of Brooklyn. 30. Published: a long time ago. Reading now. The Testing.
Book's title: Tripletrap William H. Hallahan. Library of Congress Control Number: 88036443. 54 19. Personal Name: Hallahan, William H. Varying Form of Title: Triple trap. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 068808902X.
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