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SECRETS OF RENNES LE CHATEAU by  Lionel & Patricia Fanthorpe - Paperback - First Edition - 1992 - from Ravenswood Books and


by Fanthorpe, Lionel & Patricia

Condition: Good

Maine: Samuel Weiser. Good. 1992. First Edition. Softcover. 0877287449 . Good reading copy. Ex-library with laminated cover and usual type markings. Moderate edgewear to cover, soiling to outer edge of pages. Internal pages tight, with occasional light soiling or a little wrinkling. 241 pages. B/w photos. "...Offers insights into some of the most bizarre secrets to be found in one place: buried treasure, unsolved murders, supernatural powers, codes on parchments and ancient tombstones, clues concealed in statues and paintings, enigmatic priests who controlled immense wealth, and suggestions of strange secret societies whose members may still be keeping their sinister watch in the dense forests and limstone caves of Razes..." ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .


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