Who Wrote the Thirty Nine Steps?

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'The Thirty-Nine Steps' was written by the John Buchan. He was a Scottish author and he wrote the adventure novel while he was ill in bed with a duodenal ulcer. The novel was written in 1915 and later filmed by Alfred Hitchcock 1935.
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They are situated at North Foreland, not far from Broadstairs on the Isle of Thanet, Kent, England. They are a set of tunnelled stairways leading down to the beach from a private
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