Agatha Christie

Considered As Queen Of Mysteries (or Queen Of Crime), Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie (née Miller; 15 September 1890 – 12 January 1976) Was A British Writer Who Authored Books, Short Stores And Plays. A Very Few People Know That She Wrote 6 Romantic Novels Under The Pen Name - Mary Westmacott. But She Is Better Know For Her 66 Crime Stories. For Her Notable Work In The Genre Like Murder Mystery, Thriller, Crime Fiction, Detective Was Adapted Into Movies, Plays, Animation, Video Games Across Various Countries. She Portrayed On A Number Of Occasions In Film And Television And There Are Several Biographical Stuff About Her Was Prepared As Well. Agatha Christie Is The Most-translated Individual Author, And Her Books Have Been Translated Into At Least 103 Languages. And Then There Were None - Is Christie's Best-selling Novel With 100 Million Sales To Date, Making It The World's Best-selling Mystery Ever, And One Of The Best-selling Books Of All Time (which Was Adapted Into Various Movies And Influence Some More Movies Too). Agatha Christie's Stage Play The Mousetrap Holds The Record For The Longest Initial Run: It Opened At The Ambassadors Theatre In London On 25 November 1952 And As Of 2012 Is Still Running After More Than 25,000 Performances. Here Is A Collection Of Review Articles About Various Work By Agatha Christie (and Some Of The Adaptations / Influences Of Her Work).

Amish Tripathi

Amish Tripathi Is One Of The Famous Indian Authors Of The Current Time. A Scholar From IIM, Amish Wanted To Be A Historian And But Chose A Career In The Finance. In The Course Of 14 Years He Worked With Various Companies. He Wrote His First Book Titled - The Immortals Of Meluha - With A Vision To Explore The Mythology Of Lord Shiva As A Man Of Flesh And Blood Like Us. The Novel Was A Success And He Wrote Two More More Books In The Same Series - The Secret Of The Nagas - And - The Oath Of The Vayuputras; To Complete The - Shiva Trilogy. All The Three Books Are A Commercial Success. Being An Expert In The Management, He Introduced Several New Ways Of Marketing His Literary Works, Which Were Not Popularly Used In India. These Efforts Paid Of And Played A Vital Role In His Success As An Author. His Books Are To Be Made Into Bollywood Movies. The First Book Is Planned To Be Made With The Name - Shuddhi, Which Will Be Directed By Karan Malhotra, Produced By Dharma Productions, And The Protagonist Is To Be Played By Hrithik Roshan. Here Is A Collection Of Review Articles About Some Of His Literary Stuff And Other Stuff Related To Him Or His Work.

Anne Bronte

Anne Bronte (17 January 1820 – 28 May 1849) Was One Of The Bronte Family Members Who Are Associated With The Literary World. She Was The Youngest Member Of The Family Who Contributed Through Novels And Poems. She Is Best Known For Her Work - The Tenant Of Wildfell Hall.

Ashwin Sanghi

Ashwin Sanghi Is An Indian Author Who Write Thriller Fictions. Heavily Influenced By Other Thriller Fiction Writers, His Work Often Remind You The Work By Dan Brown. In Fact His Website Was - Http://shawnhaigins.com (which Still Exists And Leads You To Http://ashwinsanghi.com). He Wrote His First Book With The Pen Name Shawn Haigins - Which Is An Anagram Of His Name - And Reflects In His Website As Well. Here Is A Collection Of Review Article About Several Work By Ashwin And Stuff Related To Him/his Work.

Bill Bryson

Charlotte Bronte

Charlotte Bronte (21 April 1816 – 31 March 1855) Was An English Novelist And Poet. She Was The Eldest Of The Bronte Sisters Who All Contributed To The Literature. She Is Famous For Her Works - Jane Eyre - And - Villette. Here Is A Collection Of Articles Representing Our Personal Informative Reviews For Some Of Her Literary Work.

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

Dan Brown

Dan Brown Is A Renowned American Author Who Writes In Thriller Fiction Genre. He Is Best Known For His Acclaimed (and Controversial) Work - Da Vinci Code. His Other Thrillers Include Digital Fortress, Deception Point, Angels And Demons, The Lost Symbol And Inferno. His Book Plots Are Usually A Combination Of A Mythological (or Ancient Stuff) And Modern Times, Heavily Focused On Symbols, Ambigrams And Anagrams. He Does A Lot Of Research For His Work (his Wife Is Usually Referred As The Main Researcher, In His Books) And Hence There Is A Significant Gap Between His Novels. Two Of His Novels Are Adapted Into English Movies. Here Is A Collection Of Review Articles About Dan Brown And His Work (or The Stuff Related Him And His Work).

Dava Sobel

Devdutt Pattnaik

Devdutt Pattnaik

Emily Bronte

Enid Blyton

F Scott Fitzgerald

Frederick Forsyth

James A Michener

Jane Austen

Jane Austen

Jhumpa Lahiri

Jonathan Swift

Julian Barnes

Khalid Hosseini

Khalid Hosseini

Robert Ludlum

Sanjeev Sanyal

Stephen Donaldson

Stephenie Meyer

Stephenie Meyer

V S Naipaul