The Glass-House Murder

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These novels follow a pattern: an innocent, inexperienced, young heroine suspects her superior suitor or husband, who is usually older, often wealthy, and worldly-wise, of a crime; she may have to compete with an older woman for his affections, a competition she of course wins. Yet, the film nevertheless is intimately tied to the history of the aqueduct. In 1206, Genghis Khan united the warring tribes of his region, becoming the leader of the Mongols and creating an empire that reached from China to Hungary.

Pages: 164

Publisher: JMS Books LLC (September 8, 2014)

ISBN: B00MVY58ZU

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