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Case Closed Vol. 29: What Ms. Jodie Saw

Case Closed Volume 29

What Ms. Jodie Saw
Conan isn't sure whether to trust Jodie Saintemillion, the American high school teacher whose ditzy blonde exterior conceals a calculating mind. When a bus is hijacked by desperate criminals, Ms. Saintemillion turns out to be cannier than Conan ever imagined, revealing a head for crime solving and a body for kicking butt. But Anita can't help noticing that wherever Conan's beautiful, mysterious new ally goes, the Syndicate never seems to be far behind…
Gosho Aoyama
196 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 29. Now check out Volume 30!

Case Closed Vol. 30: The Kaido Kid Game

The Kaido Kid Game

Case Closed Vol. 30

Long ago, Sunset Manor was the site of a gruesome massacre...and an unsolved mystery. Now six master detectives have been invited to the manor to play a deadly game hosted by Japan's greatest phantom thief. A lost treasure, an impossible poisoning, a message in blood, ominous images of crows; it's all part of a puzzle not even the sleuths can solve, especially after they start turning on each other. The only one who can win the game and stop the deaths from piling up is the uninvited seventh detective: Conan!
196 Pages
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