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The Rome Express

by Arthur Griffiths

"Here is a good story of a most atrocious murder -- with much interwoven love interest and the eventual triumph of strict justice... undeniably good reading! It is the sort of story that the average man will finish at one sitting, and the perusal of which could be interrupted only by some dire extremity. The conculsion and explanation is entirely unexpected." --New York Times Review of Books, 1907.

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