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Pitchfork Murders - Thomas Reimer


Pitchfork Murder is a sequel to Wild Onion which told the story of two young immigrants: Axel Konrad and Seamus O'Shea. They were forced to leave Germany and Ireland to escape arrest for crimes they d



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Pitchfork Murders - Thomas Reimer


Pitchfork Murder is a sequel to Wild Onion which told the story of two young immigrants: Axel Konrad and Seamus O'Shea. They were forced to leave Germany and Ireland to escape arrest for crimes they d