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Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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    Kenneth McLeish
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    Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (May 12, 1988)
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    320 pages
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    Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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The Bloomsbury Good Reading Guide to Crime Fiction. The present book - the Bloomsbury Guide - attempts to sort out and identify all the great authors, and then pick and rate one book from each. It has short biographies on about 375 authors. Bloomsbury Good Reading Guide: Discover Your Next Great Read. In addition to the 375, there are many other authors and books identified for follow up.

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Kenneth McLeish studied Classics and Music at Worcester College, Oxford.

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An A-Z handbook with over 3000 entries giving the reader details of fiction works worldwide ranging from the most popular - Catherine Cookson or Frederick Forsyth - to literary classics such as Austen or Dickens. A cross-referencing system aims to guide the reader from one good book to another.