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Author: Edgar Jepson and Maurice Leblanc
Arsene Lupin, a gentleman thief, steals priceless paintings in his own private collection and brilliantly evades the police.
Would like to read more of his adventures
Meh, I wasn't fussed. It read more like a Mills & Booone than a mystery novel. It was predictable and rambling. And I usually like the classics, too!
I truly enjoyed this classic! it was well paced and although I knew of Arsene's true identity at the beginning it kept me guessing how he would get out it! I would wholeheartedly recommend this book!
This is a well written, great classic! By Jove, how I liked it.
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