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Arsène Lupin - L'aiguille creuse
Que s'est-il passé au château d'Ambrumésy? Pourquoi Jean Daval est mort? Qu'est-ce-que les voleurs ont emporté? Arsène Lupin, le célèbre gentleman-cambrioleur, est-il mort? Isidore Beautrelet, un jeune lycéen, mène l'enquête. Découvrira-t-il le secret d'Arsène Lupin et celui de l'Aiguille creuse?

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