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Tales of Terror and Detection by Edgar Allan…

Tales of Terror and Detection

by Edgar Allan Poe

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These 5 stories engagingly reveal Poe's virtuoso gifts for both crime detection and the macabre. Includes 2 of his most famous tales, "The Mystery of Marie Roget" and "The Purloined Letter," which introduces C. Auguste Dupin, the first fictional detective. Also features "William Wilson," a chilling tale of crime and evil.

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A compilation of classic Poe tales for young adult readers, including "The Pit and the Pendulum" and "The Cask of Amontillado."

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