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The Man Who Stopped The Dust (Linford…

The Man Who Stopped The Dust (Linford Mystery Library)

by John Russell Fearn

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Professor Renhard dies accidentally whilst experimenting with a machine that destroys dust. Meanwhile, when Dr. Anderson operates on a young woman, an accidental slip of the surgeon's knife leads to more than her death. The girl's brother, Gaston - Renhard's manservant - festers with revenge and incriminates Anderson, who is eventually judged as certified insane. When he is then incarcerated in an asylum, Gaston's revenge is complete. However - only Dr. Anderson could avert the catastrophic consequences of Renhard's mad experiments...… (more)

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