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(AA Fair Book) Bedrooms Have Windows
 -by Erle Stanley Gardner
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(AA Fair Book) Shills Cant Cash Chips
 -by Erle Stanley Gardner
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(AA Fair Book) The Count of Nine
 -by Erle Stanley Gardner
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(AA Fair Book) Top of The Heap
 -by Erle Stanley Gardner
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The Case of the Baited Hook
 -by Erle Stanley Gardner
Did the wealthy Fremont C. Sabin divorce his wife before his untimely death? That's the multimillion-dollar question. And the righ... Read More

   
The Case of the Black-eyed Blonde
 -by Erle Stanley Gardner

She was a good looking blonde. She wanrted Perry Mason to take action against her employer's stepson. Perry was sympethetic. An... Read More

   
The Case of the Blonde Bonanza
 -by Erle Stanley Gardner

Mason suspects that a ravishing blonde with a millionaire father is being duped by an agent who promises to turn her into a hig... Read More

   
The Case of the Calendar Girl
 -by Erle Stanley Gardner
When the young woman George Ansley drives home turns out to be the last person to have seen Meredith Borden alive, Ansley becomes ... Read More

   
The Case of the Careless Kitten
 -by Erle Stanley Gardner
Ten years ago banker Franklin Shore left all his money and disappeared, but now he is back to uncover a check-forging scheme. When... Read More

   
The Case of the Caretaker's Cat
 -by Erle Stanley Gardner
When Peter bequeaths his faithful caretaker a job and a home for life, Laxter's grandson, Sam, says the deal doesn't include the c... Read More



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