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THE ASTONISHING LETTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It was one of Reginald's practical jokes that resulted in the Ackroyd family taking a year off to find out which one of their nice but ordinary children might be considered a genius. And it was quite a relief to all of them to learn that they didn't have to go on trying any more -- but that they could pursue the mystery of the cave and be nice children in their own way. Not important but pleasant.

Pub Date: Oct. 9th, 1938
Publisher: Harper