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A Son of Perdition By Fergus Hume
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A Son of Perdition: An Occult Romance By Fergus Hume. AUTHOR OF "THE MYSTERY OF A HANSOM CAB," "LADY JIM OF CURZON STREET," "THE MOTHER OF EMERALDS," "THE JEW'S... More > HOUSE," ETC., ETC. In this book the Author is indebted for the description of the Star-Worship contained in Chapter XV to Mr. C. W. Leadbeater's articles on "Ancient Chaldea," which appeared in the February, March, and April numbers of "The Theosophical Review" during the year 1900.< Less
A Son of Perdition By Fergus Hume
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An occult romance. 'On arriving at the tree under which she usually met her lover, she was surprised not to find him waiting for her. His absence piqued her, especially as she was late, for he... More > certainly should have been watching for her arrival with his heart in his eyes. With a pout she sat down on one of the two green chairs and stared unseeingly at the many children playing about the grass and sailing toy ships on the Round Pond. What would her father say if he knew that she was meeting Montrose, and now loved him to the extent of thwarting Enistor's darling project of uniting her to Narvaez. Poor ignorant girl!'< Less
Hollywood Perdition By Michael Hur
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Hollywood Perdition is an account of the untold lives and history regarding the Hollywood business from the late 1890's to 2015.
Passport To Perdition By gavin macdonald
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An old school friend of Detective Sergeant Alistair MacRae of the Lothian and Borders Police appeals to him for help after he and his girl friend are subjected to a series of harassing incidents. ... More > MacRae is able to ensure that the harassment comes to an end and, in the process of doing so, is led to the identity of the person who can tell him where an infamous fraudster is enjoying his ill-gotten gains. Along with Detective Chief Inspector Ian Forsyth, he goes to arrest the fraudster only to find that the man is dead after apparently being subjcted to violent torture. MacRae and his squad arrive at the name of the man that they think is responsible for that and another death. But Forsyth shows that they have got it wrong and, by the use of logical deduction, is able to arrive at the name of the guilty party.< Less
Passport To Perdition By gavin macdonald
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An old school friend of Detective Sergeant Alistair MacRae of the Lothian and Borders Police appeals to him for help after he and his girl friend are subjected to a series of harassing incidents. ... More > MacRae is able to ensure that the harassment comes to an end and, in the process of doing so, is led to the identity of the person who can tell him where an infamous fraudster is enjoying his ill-gotten gains. Along with Detective Chief Inspector Ian Forsyth, he goes to arrest the fraudster only to find that the man is dead after apparently being subjcted to violent torture. MacRae and his squad arrive at the name of the man that they think is responsible for that and another death. But Forsyth shows that they have got it wrong and, by the use of logical deduction, is able to arrive at the name of the guilty party.< Less
Passport to Perdition By Gavin Macdonald
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An old school friend of Detective Sergeant Alistair MacRae of the Lothian and Borders Police appeals to him for help after he and his girl friend are subjected to a series of harassing incidents. ... More > MacRae is able to ensure that the harassment comes to an end and, in the process of doing so, is led to the identity of the person who can tell him where an infamous fraudster is enjoying his ill-gotten gains. Along with Detective Chief Inspector Ian Forsyth, he goes to arrest the fraudster only to find that the man is dead after apparently being subjcted to violent torture. MacRae and his squad arrive at the name of the man that they think is responsible for that and another death. But Forsyth shows that they have got it wrong and, by the use of logical deduction, is able to arrive at the name of the guilty party.< Less
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