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Coward-McCann, 1931 - Fiction - 289 pages
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unusual for a trilogy, this volume was even funnier than the two preceding ones, sometimes even laugh-out-loud funny. I particularly liked the Golden Gondola chapter. But it all finished just a little too abruptly. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I THE ROAD TO ROME OR THE SILLY STOWAWAY
5
THE CONSCIENCEPUDDING
26
ARCHIBALD THE UNPLEASANT
48
OVER THE WATER TO CHINA
72
THE YOUNG ANTIQUARIES
95
THE INTREPID EXPLORER AND HIS LIEUTENANT
116
THE TURK IN CHAINS OR RICHARDS
139
THE GOLDEN GONDOLA
161
THE FLYING LODGER
183
THE SMUGGLER S REVENGE
208
ZAIDA THE MYSTERIOUS PROPHETESS OF THE GOLDEN ORIENT
232
THE LADY AND THE LICENSE OR FRIENDSHIPS GARLAND
255
THE POOR AND NEEDY
277
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