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A Plague of Hearts by Patrick Whittaker

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A Plague of Hearts
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Publisher: Feedbooks
ISBN/ASIN: B005LW38OC
Number of pages: 230

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On an otherwise normal day in Wonderland, the Knave of Hearts is arrested by the secret police. Outraged by what he believes to be an injustice, his valet, the March Hare, sets out to free him. Along the way he attends a mad tea party, witnesses the death and resurrection of the Queen of Hearts and uncovers a terrifying secret that could destroy not only his world, but ours too.

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