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Las notas son agradables, Antares Reading

Las notas son agradables

Author: Antares Reading
Publisher: Antares Reading
ISBN: ARES000000901
Classification: Fiction


Los jóvenes Sherlock eran duros en el trabajo, determinados a hacer progreso en resolver el misterio de hacia dónde Adam Royal había desaparecido. Ángela y Jorge estaban caminando hacia una dirección que habían recibido en una nota misteriosa. La nota había sido dejada por una persona que ellos solamente vieron de reojo. Pero quien fuera que la dejó parecía saber que ellos estaban buscando hacia la desaparición de Adam Royal. Jorge y Ángela decidieron ir a la dirección escrita en la nota. En su camino, ellos hablaron acerca de lo que la nota pudiera significar. ¿Quién dejó el sobre amarillo y por qué? ¿Tendría Joseph Hammet algo que ver con la desaparición de Adam y la nota?

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