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The Net

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by Rex Beach
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The Net by Rex Beach

Rex Beach was an American novelist and playwright whose most famous works during the early 20th century consisted of Westerns, many of which are still widely read today.
This story opens in Sicily where a young American named Norvin Blake had gone to attend the wedding of his friend Martel Savigno. The two men had met in Paris and had become such warm friends that Blake had taken this long journey in order to be Martel

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Ebook Details
Pages: 284
Size: 220 KB
Publisher: SC Active Business Development SRL
Date published:   2017
ISBN: 9786069831915 (DRM-EPUB)

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04/27/2017
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