A Perfect Gem
Conscientious and caring, Miss Leah Gray secretly returns the trinkets that her eccentric Uncle John pilfers from the unwary - but the dear old scamp just picked the wrong pocket. Posthumous Jones seems to be an expert thief himself, who catches Leah red-handed as she tries to make amends.
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