The very thought leaves me thirsty...
Publisher's blurb: "The Riverside Inn lies, almost hidden, in a crouching bend of the Great River. It's a three-story building made of river stones and sturdy oak wood. During the day casual passengers on riverboats can even not notice it, but, during the night, the inn's lights are clearly visible from the river as well as from the land. Strategically placed halfway between two important cities, the Riverside Inn is the must-stop of all the cargo ships sailing on the Great River. Many captains choose to make a stop at the inn to drink its famous stout beer and taste its delicious sandwiches stuffed with salted butter and salmon, even if many of these captains and crews know about the hidden activity of the inn: a gambling house. Hidden behind secret doors located in the huge inn's cellar lie two gambling rooms where many of the common hazards games are played all night long..."
Author: Mario Barbati
Publishers' Reference: COL02
PDF, 17 pages
Date: April 2007
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Product page last updated: 6 June 2007