This thrilling novel and its many adaptations have captured the imaginations of countless audiences throughout the 20th century. The mystery classic featuring the "ghost" of the famed Paris landmark tells a gripping tale of human desire, fear, and violence before it resolves itself in a shocking and ... read more
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Reprint of The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis, 1911 edition.
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