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Hip Fracture Outcomes in People Age 50 and Over

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Hip Fracture Outcomes in People Age 50 and Over

Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office
ISBN/ASIN: 078811414X
Number of pages: 102

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During a few short weeks, four persons residing in adjoining towns and villages upon the coast of Suffolk had mysteriously disappeared from their homes, leaving no traces behind them. The local authorities were disinclined to move in the matter, but Scotland Yard was doubtful if all these disappearances could be merely coincidences, and despatched Gilbert Larose to determine if the country-side were not choking under the grip of an unknown and bloody assassin.

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