the Singapore Grand Prix
New. Jake Humphrey introduces highlights from the 14th race of the season, held under floodlights at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. What Jonathan Legard will be watching: page 28
I New. 7/13. Thrack, Splat, Sizzle. As the wedding guests prepare to leave the island, evidence leads the sheriff to suspect one of them is responsible for the recent deaths. 9AO Nem 8/13. Gurgle. A guest disappears as the party prepares to board the ship, and a mysterious phone call informs
Abby that if anyone leaves the island, the missing person will be killed. See panel.
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