To find out why the James Bond series has been so profitable, one should look no further than the author. As the author of 12 novels and 9 short stories, Ian Fleming blends his personal knowledge with present events, a sumptuous writing style, and dangerous themes to concoct a gratifying experience for the reader.
Significant among authors in the genre of mystery/suspense is Mary Higgins Clark, author of more than 40 best-sellers. Her sales have amounted to over 100 million globally. Although many quibblers have dubbed her work as run-of-the-mill, supporters of Higgins Clark's novels enjoy their levelheaded tone.
Great authors of books for children utilize fantasy in their writing, and Potter was no different. She produced a world where animals had human-like qualities. The animals in her books had family structures and conveyed human emotions. While this idea seems weird to adult audiences, it interests children.
Dame Agatha Christie, a British author of 66 novels and 15 short story collections, is an unrivaled master of the detective genre. Her worldwide sales are matched only by the collected works of Shakespeare.
The British author Edgar Wallace is best known today for his collaboration on the story of the 1933 film King Kong, but the legacy this author leaves extends beyond Hollywood.
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