The Bridge that Broke by Maurice Leblanc

The Bridge that Broke

byMaurice Leblanc

Kobo ebook | March 26, 2016

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Marie Emile Maurice Leblanc is a French writer born 11 December 18641, Rouen, and died on 6 November 1941 in Perpignan. Author of numerous thrillers and adventures, he is the creator of the famous character of Arsene Lupin, the gentleman thief.

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Became French in "The bridge broken," this news even more surprising fate as previous. It was discovered some years ago by a devout Lupinophile, Marc George, in a volume bought in London .... We find traces of zero by the news in the papers Leblanc, so mystery to follow ... His first translation of 2005, to mark the centenary of Arsene Lupin in the journal 813. The Friends of Lupin gave him five new translations in its issue of bis 2013.The broken bridge is the heart of this new, since it results in the death of a great scientist, Professor Saint-Prix on the eve of a major discovery, a wooden point that sawed. Bechoux picks Jim Barnett to help prove the innocence of the neighbor, Louis Lenormand, who is accused of the crime when he has an alibi ... More Bechoux is sure of the guilt of Lenormand, and Barnett is certain reverse ... It promises to charming wife of the suspect to shed light on the matter ...

Title:The Bridge that BrokeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 26, 2016Publisher:ClassLanguage:English

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