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The mystery of the unlucky undertaker / James Lee
Bib ID 5010964
Format BookBook
Author
Lee, James, 1947-
 
Description Singapore : Angsana Books, c2009 
121 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 9789814193757 (paperback)
9814193755 (paperback)
Series

Lee, James, 1947- Mr Mystery ; no. 13.

Mr Mystery ; #13.

Notes

For primary school age.

Subjects Detective and mystery stories.
Other authors/contributors Lee, James, 1947-
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