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Smoke Bellew 12 - Wonder of Woman
Smoke Bellew 12 - Wonder of Woman

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Author: Jack London, Narrator: Stan Pretty

Playtime: 2 hours

In this last of the Smoke Bellew series, Smoke and Shorty are captured by Indians, followed by both horrible and heart-warming events.

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