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Case Closed Vol. 23: Film Threat

Case Closed Volume 23

Film Threat
Surely the Junior Detective League can't get into any trouble at an afternoon monster movie. But when a man in the audience dies, Conan and Anita realize that the real monster isn't the big green behemoth on the screen. Then Rachel gets her own movie moment, playing Rose--minus Jack--at the prow of a glittering ocean liner. When a suspicious explosion kills the romance, it's time for Conan and teen detective Harley Hartwell to make sure that the passengers' hearts will go on!
Gosho Aoyama
182 Pages
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Case Closed Vol. 24: Love and Death

Love and Death

Case Closed Vol. 24

Usually, Conan's mind is focused on detective work. But when Rachel falls for a handsome young doctor at a crime scene, suddenly the pint-size detective can't concentrate on the case. As Rachel threatens to give up on the perennially unavailable Jimmy Kudo, Conan starts to harbor murderous thoughts of his own...Then the Syndicate returns! At a star-studded film festival, Conan and Anita face the shady organization that turned them into kids. But the game changes forever when one of them transforms back to the right age!
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