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Zero the Slaver

by Lawrence Fletcher

A thrilling tale of adventure, told at high pressure. Nothing is impossible to the daring and intrepid American detective, who starts for the wilds of Central Africa to track the murderer of Lord Drelincourt's wife and child. Mountains are blown up, torrents are turned from their courses, inaccessible heights are scaled with lightning speed, desperate foes are vanquished, and the most stupendous feats are successfully carried out amid the veriest hairsbredth escapes. It is a story to thoroughly delight a boy's heart. (Sequel to Into the Unknown.)

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