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|Grouped Work ID||8908ecaf-fc65-cd2f-2836-cf56122d2690|
|Grouping Title||hamlet s trap|
|Grouping Author||greene janice|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-08-22 23:04:44PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-09-18 04:06:32AM|
|auth_author2||Publishing, Saddleback Educational.|
Publishing, Saddleback Educational.
|detailed_location_school||Marshall Middle - Teen Fiction|
|display_description||Justin, upset that his mother has agreed to marry Lance just eight months after his father's death, is inspired by the play Hamlet to investigate whether his father might have been murdered, and reaches a dangerous conclusion.|
Fathers death -- Fiction
Murder -- Fiction
Murder -- Juvenile fiction
Shakespeare, William, -- Hamlet -- Fiction. -- 1564-1616
Hamlet's trap / Janice Greene
Hamlet's trap [electronic resource] / Janice Greene