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To Prove a Villain
"'To Prove a Villain' is right on target, an absorbing mystery and a well-aimed shot at history/mystery buffs who seek to revise the reputation of Richard III. A solid amateur sleuth tracking a killer down mean streets and campus pathways proves that academics can be both clever and human."--Jane S. Bakerman, Indiana State University
Paperback, 190 pages
Published January 1st 1986 by Perseverance Press
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