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Robert L. Fish finished London's uncompleted novel The Assassination Bureau, Ltd. and is sometimes credited as the author of that work.

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We will be discussing And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie and The Call of the Wild by Jack London. Both of these are summer reading picks for WHS Honors English classes (109 H Brit Lit 1 & 103 H Am Lit 1, respectively). However, you don’t have to be in these classes to come to the book talk. (MarcusBrutus)

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Robert L. Fish finished London's uncompleted novel The Assassination Bureau, Ltd. and is sometimes credited as the author of that work.

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