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Pelecanos was born in 1957. Many of his works are in the genre of detective fiction and are set primarily in his hometown of Washington, DC. He is also a film and television producer and a television writer. He worked extensively on the HBO The Wire, and was a writer on Treme.
This American author (born 1947) is best known for his novels about fictional psychologist Alex Cross; he has also written several other series as well as stand-alone thrillers, romance novels, and non-fiction. Patterson writes for young adults, middle grades, and children as well as for adults. His books have sold more than 350 million copies.
Andrew M. Greeley was an American Roman Catholic priest, sociologist, journalist, and popular novelist. He was ordained in 1954. Greeley studied sociology at the University of Chicago, obtaining a PhD in 1964. He published more than 70 scholarly works in his lifetime and almost as many novels.
Debbie Macomber (born in 1948 in Yakima, Washington) is an American author of romance novels and contemporary women’s fiction. Four of her novels have become made-for-TV-movies, and one of her series, Cedar Cove, is the basis for a Hallmark made-for-TV series starring Andie Macdowell, now in its third season.
Fern Michaels (née Mary Ruth Kuczkir) wrote her first book after the youngest of her five children was in school, in the early 1970s. Of her 147 published books (and counting), over 90 have been New York Times bestsellers.
One of the bestselling authors of all time, Anne Rice has written more than 30 works of fiction on subjects ranging from vampires and witches, to wolves, to the life of Jesus. Her husband, son, sister, and father are all published authors as well.