Pro Kio? (Krimromano en Esperanto)

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The first mystery novel in the history of the Esperanto movement, first published in 1920. --- La unua krimromano en la historio de la originala Esperanto-literaturo, unue publikigita en 1920, kaj nun lingve iomete prilaborita por nia eldono de 2008. Fascina historio pri murdo kaj amo...
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Dec 31, 2008
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