The Man Who Knew Too Much


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(1922)



Horne Fisher is the man who knew too much. He has a brilliant mind and powers of deduction, but he always faces a moral dilemma. These eight adventures will amaze and delight as we follow Horne and his friend Harold March in the world of crime among eminent people.


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