Name the Famous Author 2

Name the Famous Author

 
This English author, born in 1824, wrote The Moonstone  (1868), The Woman in White (1860), and The Black Robe (1881).
1
This bestselling author wrote Airport (1968), Hotel (1965) and Wheels (1971) 2
This author, who died in 1950, wrote Tarzan of the Apes (1912), Tarzan at the Earth’s Core (1929), and Tarzan and the Forbidden City (1938)  3
Three of this Canadian’s best known works are Anne of Green Gables (1908), Anne of Avonlea (1909), and Anne of Windy Poplars (1936) 4
This American author wrote the novels The Postman Always Rings Twice (1934), Mildred Pierce (1941), and Double Indemnity (1943) (first published in Liberty Magazine, 1936) 5
This author’s famous works include Marjorie Morningstar (1955), The Winds of War (1971), and War and Remembrance (1978) 6
This Scottish novelist, who died in 2006, wrote The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1961), The Girls of Slender Means (1963), and The Driver’s Seat (1970) 7
This English author’s works include A Clockwork Orange (1962), The Eve of St. Venus (1964), and Abba Abba (1977) 8
This former Detective Sergeant wrote The New Centurions (1971), The Onion Field (1973), and The Choirboys (1975) 9
This prolific writer of crime and suspense novels wrote Pale Gray for Guilt (1968), The Long Lavender Look (1970), and The Empty Copper Sea (1978) 10

Answers:

1. Wilkie Collins
2. Arthur Hailey
3. Edgar Rice Burroughs
4. Lucy Maud Montgomery
5. James M. Cain
6. Herman Wouk
7. Muriel Spark
8. Anthony Burgess
9. Joseph Wambaugh
10. John D. McDonald

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