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Julien Villandrit owns a textile factory, whose manager, Henri Corrandi is his childhood friend. Both love the same woman, Regine of Bettigny, who gives her hand to Villandrit. Mad with jealousy, Corradin uses all means to break up the couple. He doesn't hesitate to hurt Regine by sending Julien to…
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Chapter 1 of The House of Mystery - L'Ami felon (The Treacherous Friend)
The Implacable Verdict
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The Anxieties of Corradin
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The Secret of the Pond
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The Human Bridge
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Chapter 5 of The House of Mystery - Le Pont vivant (The Human Bridge)
The Voice of the Blood
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The Whims of Fate
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No Way Out
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Ambition in the Service of Hate
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