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John Gerard, 1922–86, English novelist.
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Juggernaut George Cary Eggleston
The Rajah of Dah George Manville Fenn
The Rajah of Dah George Manville Fenn
The Rajah of Dah George Manville Fenn
The Million Dollar Mystery Harold MacGrath
The Rajah of Dah George Manville Fenn
The Rajah of Dah George Manville Fenn
The Rajah of Dah George Manville Fenn

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John (Gerard). 1922–86, English novelist, whose works include Room at the Top (1957) and Life at the Top (1962)

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