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Alphonse & the Stonehenge Mystery

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Asked by Scotland Yard to investigate strange noises and lights at Stonehenge, detective Alphonse le Flic and reporter Mole McGrath discover that someone is stealing the ancient stones.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 1980 by Little Brown and Company (first published February 1980)
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(1920-1990) Jim Smith was born in 1920. He left school at the age of 14, worked as a delivery boy and cinema projectionist, before joining the RAF as a radar-technician. He survived three years as a Japanese POW (partly through his skills as an artist, by doing pictures for his guards); returned home and married Mary (who he'd known for just three days prior to the war, and with whom he was later ...more
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