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Author: Agatha Christie; Robert L Fish; Margaret Scherf
Publisher: Roslyn, N.Y. : Published for the Detective Book Club by W.J. Black, 1968.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Endless night: The site of the house called The Towers had once been known as Gipsy's Acre. It was there that Michael Rogers first met a wealthy American oil heiress, Fenella Guteman, whom he was later to marry. Gypsies' warnings, and revelation of a crime follow.
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Genre/Form: Mystery fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Agatha Christie; Robert L Fish; Margaret Scherf
OCLC Number: 2651096
Description: 3 preliminary leaves, 186, 149, 131 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Endless night / Agatha Christie --
The bridge that went nowhere / by Robert L. Fish --
The banker's bones / by Margaret Scherf.
Other Titles: Bridge that went nowhere
Banker's bones
Responsibility: Agatha Christie ; The bridge that went nowhere / by Robert L. Fish ; The banker's bones / by Margaret Scherf.

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Endless night: The site of the house called The Towers had once been known as Gipsy's Acre. It was there that Michael Rogers first met a wealthy American oil heiress, Fenella Guteman, whom he was later to marry. Gypsies' warnings, and revelation of a crime follow.

The bridge that went nowhere: Why has Brazil's newest bridge been blown up? Why was it built deep in the vast interior in the first place? And what was so important about that bridge that its destruction was worth the life of at least one man? Those are the questions facing Captain José Da Silva -- and the only clue to the answers is a single radioactive boot.

The banker's bones: Just because Marie McAllister was found alive doesn't mean her troubles are over. She managed to survive the bank robbery and that horrible ordeal in the desert -- but now they're trying to pin the bank robbery on her -- and maybe she'll be blamed for the murder next!

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