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Have you visited MostlyFiction.com lately?   

Since the first of the January we have posted reviews of:

ONE GOOD TURN by Kate Atkinson

NEXT by Michael Crichton

DEATH'S DARK ABYSS by Massimo Carlotto

THE GOODBY KISS by Massimo Carlotto

BREAKABLE YOU by Brian Morton

THE BEDROOM SECRETS OF THE MASTER CHEFS by Irvine Welsh

ZANESVILLE  by Kris Saknusemm

DEATH OF WRITER by Michael Collins

1) Do you know which author lived under a series of borrowed identities in Paris and then South America and then ended up in prison until pardoned by the president of his country? (If this is his real life, imagine his fiction!) answer

2) Or, which author won the Whitbread Award for a first novel beating out Salmon Rushdie and other favorites? Hint: it is the same author of whom Stephen King calls her newest book "the best mystery of the decade." answer

3) Finally, which talented author won the 2006 North Pole Marathon? (No slight feat!) This same author has had novels shortlisted for the Booker Award and holds a day job as a programmer at Microsoft. answer

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