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Small Lie, Big Trouble

By Aaditya Shah

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Author: Aaditya Shah
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Adventure, Drama
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Description: In This Story, Jenny, Who is the Friend of Roger, Roy and Ben, Tells a Lie to Her Younger Brother Who Hates Lies and Can Do Some Wild Things. He is An Expert in Disguising Too. All Four of Them Go on An Adventure to Find Him. Will They Succeed? Find Out.

 

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