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Old 02-16-2012, 10:08 PM   #126
SteveEisenberg
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Nonfiction AFAIK living

Howard Blum
Erik Larson
Julie Fenster
Mark Bowden
Siddhartha Mukherjee

Literary Fiction AFAIK living

Richard Russo

SciFi/Fantasy AFAIK Living

Jo Walton

Guilty Pleasure Fiction AFAIK Living

Archer Mayor
Faye Kellerman

Favorite novelist still mostly paper-only

Conrad Richter

P.S. And honorable mentions for those who can or could write mysteries without bloodshed:

Dorothy Sayers
Nury Vittachi
Alexander McCall Smith

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