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  • ...milarly, ''[[The Forty Days of Musa Dagh]]'' (1933), one of the best-known novels about the Genocide, was written by [[Franz Werfel]], an Austrian Jew.<ref>{
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  • ...n-crowley,32458/|publisher=A.V. Club|accessdate=12 January 2013|quote="The novels whose company I wished mine to join—I was young and impertinent—were Jo ...ir-favorite-obscure-books/}}</ref> and his [[Ægypt|''Ægypt'' series]] of novels which revolve around the same themes of [[Hermeticism]], memory, families a
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  • [[Category:Australian fantasy novels]]
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  • He wrote an estimated 300 novels. The lists below are compiled from copyright records at the Library of Con ==Novels ==
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  • ...pts inspired by the world of the Keepers, but not featured directly in the novels. The 75 Insiders selected as winners at the time of Kingdom Keepers VII's p [[Category:Thriller novels]]
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  • ...udio plays by Big Finish|the extensive number of Big Finish Productions]], novels, short stories, nor comic strips.
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  • {{Infobox book <!--See [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Novels]] or [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Books]]--> [[Category:2014 novels]]
    21 KB (3,169 words) - 10:31, 26 May 2014
  • ...various publishing houses in Quebec, include both fiction and nonfiction: novels, collections of short stories, essays on sports, philosophy and health.
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  • ...ntional style is a mixture of [[romanticism]] and [[post-modernism]]. His novels take place in the [[ballet]] world, but have complex plots and sub-plots in ===Novels===
    3 KB (357 words) - 10:40, 11 October 2014
  • ...ocial fabric through popular cultural products such as movies, television, novels, radio, and consumer goods, as well as more [[pedagogical]] media: textbook
    35 KB (5,378 words) - 11:35, 18 December 2014
  • {{Infobox book | <!-- See [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Novels]] or [[Wikipedia:WikiProject Books]] --> [[Category:Political novels]]
    10 KB (1,454 words) - 17:31, 18 January 2015
  • ...eslie Charteris]] &ndash; Writer and author of [[Simon Templar|The Saint]] novels, featuring Simon Templar<ref name=MensaItaly>[http://www.mensa.it/index.php *[[Janet McDonald]] &ndash; Lawyer and author of African American young adult novels<ref>{{cite news| url=http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0HST/is_3_9/ai_
    28 KB (4,149 words) - 05:33, 14 February 2015
  • [[Category:French children's novels]]
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  • ...how presence".</ref>Youngest author in his category, he had published five novels by the age of 16, being translated into three languages.<ref name="Leap of
    6 KB (883 words) - 16:31, 10 April 2015
  • ...writing seems to be based on former critical attitudes toward sentimental novels by women authors such as Susan Warner, whose Wide, Wide World is mentioned
    5 KB (886 words) - 04:36, 18 April 2015
  • [[Category:American horror novels]] [[Category:Dark fantasy novels]]
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  • === Novels ===
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  • ...turns into when loud music plays (when he sweats in the [[Lisi Harrison]] novels). Originally in the diaries, it was the sun setting that triggered Jackson' Melody Carver is the co-protagonist of the ''Monster High'' novels by [[Lisi Harrison]]. She and her family are from [[Beverly Hills]] and mov
    76 KB (12,851 words) - 04:01, 22 June 2015
  • ...s writing career began on October 26, 1993. Though she had written several novels before then, she credits them to education and claims this date as the day ...e opened a production company, Body Count Productions, Inc. Along with her novels and non-fiction articles, Jacqui is a sought-after speaker for workshops.{{
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