The whites and the bluesby Alexandre Dumas
During the French Revolution, young Charles is sent to be tutored by Euloge Schneider. But Schneider has become the Public Prosecutor for the town, and is now known as a bloodthirsty monster. Only Saint Just, the Angel of Death, can save the day. The last of Dumas's plays to be performed during his lifetime, The Whites and the Blues is an undiscovered masterpiece of suspense.
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