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If only raccoons would pick up after themselves.

| Les Harrison

Classic mystery novels usually open with a set of unexplained occurrences that pique the curiosity of the protagonist.

The clues frequently, but not always, lead to a malicious event that leaves only the disconnected evidence available for identifying the perpetrator.


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