Rouletabille en el palacio del Zar
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Rouletabille en el palacio del Zar (Joseph Rouletabille #3)

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En esta ocasión, Rouletabille es enviado a la Rusia de los zares para proteger al general Trebasof de las amenazas de los nihilistas, en continua lucha contra la dominación zarista. Su misión es evitar que algún terrorista atente contra su vida. El general, que vive con su esposa Matrena Petrovna y la hija de su primera mujer, Natasha, comienza a sentirse vulnerable por la...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published May 16th 1994 by Anaya (first published 1912)
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Casey
This entry into the Rouletabille series was not as endearing as the previous books were. Even though it was still very good, I don't know I didn't have the same feel after finishing it like I did with the first two. I miss that Sinclair wasn't apart of the adventure (he is after all Rouletabille's Watson) like the previous book it ends on a cliffhanger as Rouletabille returns to Paris.

Things I liked about the book:

- Rouletabille actually was shown to not be a step ahead of everyone in this book...more
Maria
It was a good book .. but I didn't enjoyed as much as the others
AmblingBooks
Another thrilling mystery story in which the famous French investigative journalist Joseph Rouletabille, who was first introduced in Gaston Leroux's masterpiece The Mystery of the Yellow Room, makes his appearance before the public again.

Listen to The Secret of the Night on your smartphone, notebook or desktop computer.
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Honestly have no idea what was going on in this book. That's what I get for trying to listen to the audiobook during major cases of road rage, I guess.
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Gaston Louis Alfred Leroux was a French journalist and author of detective fiction.

In the English-speaking world, he is best known for writing the novel The Phantom of the Opera (Le Fantôme de l'Opéra, 1910), which has been made into several film and stage productions of the same name, such as the 1925 film starring Lon Chaney, and Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1986 musical. It was also the basis of the 1...more
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The Phantom of the Opera The Mystery of the Yellow Room Le parfum de la dame en noir The Phantom of the Opera (Great Illustrated Classics) Rouletabille: Le mystère de la chambre jaune; Le parfum de la dame en noir

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