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9781374854925 - Richard Harding Davis: Captain Macklin
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Richard Harding Davis (?):

Captain Macklin (?)

ISBN: 9781374854925 (?) or 1374854921, in english, Pinnacle Press, New

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Richard Harding Davis, Books, Fiction and Literature, Captain Macklin, Captain Macklin
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Seller order number: 978137485492
Platform order number Indigo.ca: id-978137485492
Category: Books>Fiction and Literature
Data from 08/02/2017 15:19h
ISBN (alternative notations): 1-374-85492-1, 978-1-374-85492-5
9781374854925 - Richard Harding Davis: Captain Macklin
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Richard Harding Davis (?):

Captain Macklin (?)

ISBN: 9781374854925 (?) or 1374854921, in english, Pinnacle Press, hardcover, New

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Captain-Macklin~~Richard-Harding-Davis, Captain Macklin, hardcover
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Platform order number BarnesAndNoble.com: bn-9781374854925
Category: Fiction>Fiction>Fiction
Data from 08/02/2017 15:19h
ISBN (alternative notations): 1-374-85492-1, 978-1-374-85492-5
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