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Viren Khanna Khanna من عند Iklehra, Madhya Pradesh 480449، الهند من عند Iklehra, Madhya Pradesh 480449، الهند

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Viren Khanna Khanna من عند Iklehra, Madhya Pradesh 480449، الهند

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أنا أحب الكذابين القليل جدا. كنت متحمسًا جدًا عندما سمعت أنه سيكون هناك 4 كتب أخرى في السلسلة. يبدأ هذا الكتاب سرًا جديدًا تمامًا مع الفتاة وبالطبع A ... تدور أحداثه في الدوران ويكذب بالطبع ...

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بادئ ذي بدء ، أود أن أشكر أستاذي لأنه جعلني أشتري هذه "الأحجار الكريمة". هذه هي مجموعة من القصص القصيرة من قبل fanz kafka. إنه كتاب صغير باهظ الثمن ولكنه مجرد شيء أروع قليلاً. لقد قرأت قصة قصيرة واحدة منها. يجب أن تستمتع بكتابة فرانز كافكا من أجل تقدير هذا الكتاب.

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Deborah St. James’s chance meeting with Vicar Robin Sage in London inspires her to visit him, two months later, in Winslough, Lancashire. Her plan is scrapped when Deborah learns that Sage died from an accidental poisoning a month earlier. The more she and her husband, Simon, learn about his death and the goings on in Winslough, the more they wonder if Sage’s death really was an accident. Simon asks his friend, Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley to launch an enquiry, but will the people of Winslough cooperate? Missing Joseph is a compelling study in relationships. Not only are Simon and Thomas experiencing some strain with their significant others, but certain Winslough residents are also suffering through the ups and downs of love. Lynley has to understand these relationships before he can get to the bottom of what really happened to Sage. Needless to say, it isn’t easy, which is partly what is so fascinating about this book. The plot is not complicated and the suspect list isn’t overly long, however, it takes 567 pages to tell the story because the relationships within this story are definitely complex. Author Elizabeth George beautifully describes feel the anguish of her characters, and throws the whole concept of justice and happy endings into question. It’s a great book that works well as a stand alone in this highly acclaimed series.