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Case Closed Vol. 46: Arson, with Occasional Music

Case Closed Volume 46

Arson, with Occasional Music
Detective Moore investigates a wealthy family whose members share a gift for music—and a habit of dying under mysterious circumstances. When a deadly fire sweeps through the estate, Conan suspects that the killer has struck again. With the help of a priceless violin, can he sound the note to solve the case? Meanwhile, Conan has finally found a clue to the whereabouts of the elusive Men in Black. But if he hits the wrong note, it’ll be time to play his requiem…
Gosho Aoyama
194 Pages
$6.99

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Case Closed Vol. 47: Rachel Rings Twice

Rachel Rings Twice

Case Closed Vol. 47

A simple search for a missing cell phone turns into a baffling murder case. Conan has the suspects narrowed down to three reclusive eccentrics, none of whom seem upset by the victim’s brutal death—and all of whom have perfect alibis. Can he solve the case by finding the phone? Meanwhile, Rachel is convinced that Jimmy and Conan are the same person—and with Conan’s cell phone, she can prove it!
190 Pages
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