by Edmund Flagg
Publisher: ManyBooks 1885
Number of pages: 261
A wonderfully brilliant, original, exciting and absorbing novel, the sequel to ;The Count of Monte-Cristo', Alexander Dumas' masterwork, and the continuation and conclusion of that great romance. It possesses rare power, unflagging interest and an intricate plot that for constructive skill and efficient development stands unrivalled.
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