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· 1371 Ratings
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In his latest caper, Dortmunder is hired to steal the femur of a 16-year-old girl who was canonized because, 800 years ago, she was killed and eaten by her family. Now two European countries and the C…
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· 838 Ratings
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2.60 avg. rating
· 110 Ratings
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