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John Buchan

About the Author:

Born in Perth in 1875, John Buchan served in government in what is now South Africa before returning to London and working as editor of The Spectator. His first novel, Prester John, was published in 1910 and his most famous work, The Thirty-Nine Steps, came out in 1915. In 1935 he was elevated to the peerage as Baron Tweedsmuir and appointed Governor General of Canada by King George V. He died in 1940.

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