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Who is your favorite fiction author?
For example: Ted Dekker, Sharon Shinn, or Mary Higgins Clark, to name a few random ones.
I like Elmore Leonard (crime novelist), Mario Puzo (of the Godfather and other mob novels), John Grisham (legal fiction writer), Philip K. Dick (science fiction), David Anthony Durham (historical fiction and fantasy), Simon Brett (English crime novelist -- his Charles Paris mystery series is the best), Harlan Ellison (short story fantasy writer). And so on and so forth.
Janet Evanovich, Clive Cussler, Agatha Christie, Sandra Brown, Catherine Coultier, Sherilyn Kenyon, Casey Daniels, TS Elliot, and Nora Roberts.
John Grisham -- good writer who mixes legal themes with drama quite well. I enjoy some of the older Stephen King work. The Stand is a good book -- good vs. evil.
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I wonder, why nobody mentioned Jules Verne - my favourite. Maybe because it turned out, that it was not a fiction ;-)
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