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Diane Setterfield (born 22 August 1964) is a British author whose 2006 debut novel, The Thirteenth Tale, became a New York Times No. 1 best-seller.[1] It is written in the Gothic tradition, with echoes of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights. Her debut novel was turned into a television film.

FIRST IMPRESSIONS by Charlie Lovett -- A thrilling literary mystery costarring Jane Austen from the New York Times bestselling author of The Bookman’s Tale. (May/June 2015)

Lord Alfred Bruce Douglas (22 October 1870 – 20 March 1945), nicknamed Bosie, was a British author, poet and translator, better known as the intimate friend and lover of the writer Oscar Wilde. Much of his early poetry was Uranian in theme, though he tended, later in life, to distance himself from both Wilde's influence and his own role as a Uranian poet.

Mary Stewart - A favorite of mine for over 40 years. Author of The Moonspinners, Airs Above the Ground, The Crystal Cave etc... Romantic suspense and Arthurian history. "Mary Stewart is Magic" said The New York Times and I agree.

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Victoria Holt aka Eleanor Hibbert (1 September 1906 – 18 January 1993) was an AMAZING! British author who wrote under various pen names. Her best-known pseudonyms were Jean Plaidy, Victoria Holt, and Philippa Carr; she also wrote under the names Eleanor Burford, Elbur Ford, Kathleen Kellow, Anne Percival, and Ellalice Tate. By the time of her death, she had sold more than 100 million books.

Christopher Isherwood and W. H. Auden (uncredited). ~Repinned Via Roy Kenagy