By Moser Stewart, Stewart
Each year, Peter and Susan visit Lea-on-Sea for his or her vacation: each year they remain on the resort Vista. This 12 months issues begin to get it wrong. a guy is pretending to be Peter. yet why? Is he pleasant or risky - what does he wish? Will this, their 13th stopover at to Lea-on-Sea be their final? an exhilarating and compelling secret. advised for more youthful freshmen.
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