Powering up the Finite Improbability Drive

If you were searching for an assassinated man, twenty sous, or vocal mothers, where would you go? According to Amazon, your best bet would
be Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo

They list “statistically improbable phrases” for books whose
publishers have allowed them to search their text.

Unsurprisingly, Notre Dame de Paris is the number one place to find a deaf creature, a gypsy girl, and her tambourine.

Before following the links, can you guess these novels (hint, none of
them are by VMH):

1) downy lip, little countess, peasant coat, and hundred roubles

2) man with the wooden leg, pecuniary liabilities, and crocodile book

3) ardent ways, enchanted days, and dear little brothers

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