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  • Mystery Novels
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  • ==Novels==
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  • On this site, '''Author''' is intended to apply to writers of novels, i.e. fiction. For producers of factual writings (including [[Romans à cle
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  • His works include the novels ''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cry,_the_Beloved_Country Cry, the Beloved
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  • ...lecturer, politician, lawyer, and author who wrote two early 20th-century novels, "The Leopard's Spots: A Romance of the White Man's Burden – 1865–1900"
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  • ...published novelist and a screenwriter who is the author of the children's novels ''The Parent Agency'', ''The Person Controller'', ''Animalcom'' and ''Birth
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  • ...-guidelines/ijkl/#l "Say How: L"]''</ref> is a British author of espionage novels. During the 1950s and 1960s, he worked for both the [[MI5|Security Service] Le Carré's novels include "The Little Drummer Girl", "A Perfect Spy", "The Russia House", "Ou
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  • ...vid Lagercrantz] to expand the trilogy into a longer series, which has six novels.
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  • ...king and the Border scenery and its wildlife that is often featured in his novels. He won a scholarship to the [[University of Glasgow]] where he studied Cla In 1910, he wrote ''[[Prester John]]'', the first of his adventure novels, set in South Africa. In 1911, he first suffered from duodenal ulcers, an i
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  • ...riting from the University of East Anglia, and has published award-winning novels, including "The Exiled Times of a Tibetan Jew" and "The English German Girl
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  • ==Novels==
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  • ...ed fame by creating the fictional UK [[spook]], [['James Bond']] after his novels were turned into films. [[John Ainsworth-Davis]] writes in ''[[Op JB]]'' th
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  • Charles Jones's next book explores the treatment of war in novels by Sir Walter Scott and his imitators in the Americas, including James Fenn
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  • Will Self is the author of ten novels, five collections of shorter fiction, three novellas, and five collections
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  • ...as ''Peter Sorman'' in the fellow 1968-radical [[Jan Guillou]]'s Hamilton novels, with a clearly anti-imperialist attitude, at least as critical against the
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  • ...ooks|WikiProject Books]] and/or [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Novels|WikiProject Novels]] for standards on presenting names and other data.'' [[Category:WikiProject Novels|*{{PAGENAME}}]]
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  • ...ollett''' (born 5 June 1949) is a Welsh author of thrillers and historical novels who has sold more than 150 million copies of his works.<ref>{{cite web|url
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  • ...enge (1973), as well as many history books. He is also the author of three novels: The World's Game (1957), The Oxygen Age (1958), and Klara (1988).
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  • ...l|website=The Guardian|accessdate=7 January 2018}}</ref> Preston wrote two novels, ''Bess'' and ''51st State''.
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  • ...edia.org/wiki/lang_en/the-burlington-files]], a series of six biographical novels based on Bill Fairclough's life. The series was copyrighted by an English c
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