Roman à clef

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A Roman à clef is a novel which is non-fiction, but contains fictional names to hide the identity of those involved.

Examples

Sibel Edmonds, the most gagged person in US history, wrote The Lone Gladio, a roman à clef, after learning that such a book would not be subject to censorship.

The Amazon page of Tracy R. Twyman's Genuflect noted that "several of the characters in this story have certain aspects based on known, powerful figures in the modern world, I make no claim that these people are involved in any nefarious deeds such as those depicted here,"

 

An example

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Methodical Illusion


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