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20-The Case of the Lost Copper
Writtem by Tom Fallon
This Is the story of an audacolus trltne oh London's longest street, the River Thames. It concerns the seizure by night of a vessel and its £'24.000 cargo ir. the heart of the capital
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Michael Brooke with Ian Wallace and the BBC Concert Orchestra
(Leader. John Bharpe )
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Written by Michael Brooke
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