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9781613091203 - Db Dakota: The Search For The Icon Bandit
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Db Dakota (?):

The Search For The Icon Bandit (2015) (?)

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His tortured face signals fear and anguish for his upcoming exploit … does not want to do it: Creep into the museum and heist the million-dollar icon. “Set a thief, old Beelzebub advises, to catch a thief. So I be thief two.” To trap number one. “And go to Leavenworth.” When caught. Midnight, with crowbar in hand the contractor creeps up, pries open the side door and makes off with the famous silver cross to gift the developer. Reckoning comes. He’s invited into moneybags’ home. There on a pedestal, unrecognized, converted to a sculpture, is the great cross. The museum property takeover scheme unfolds: “Me, sabotage the Old Stone Church?” the contractor asks. Answer, “You bribed me, I’m bribing you.”Taal: Engels;Formaat: Epub zonder kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) ;Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ;Verschijningsdatum: mei 2015;ISBN10: 1613091206;ISBN13: 9781613091203; Engelstalig | Ebook | 2015
9781613091203 - DB Dakota: The Search For The Icon Bandit
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DB Dakota (?):

The Search For The Icon Bandit (2013) (?)

ISBN: 9781613091203 (?) or 1613091206, in english, Smashwords Edition, Smashwords Edition, Smashwords Edition, New, ebook, digital download

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His tortured face signals fear and anguish for his upcoming exploit … does not want to do it: Creep into the museum and heist the million-dollar icon. "Set a thief, old Beelzebub advises, to catch a thief. So I be thief two." To trap number one. "And go to Leavenworth." When caught. Midnight, with crowbar in hand the contractor creeps up, pries open the side door and makes off with the famous silver cross to gift the developer. Reckoning comes. He's invited into moneybags' home. There on a pedestal, unrecognized, converted to a sculpture, is the great cross. The museum property takeover scheme unfolds: "Me, sabotage the Old Stone Church?" the contractor asks. Answer, "You bribed me, I'm bribing you.