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Old 12-08-2012, 11:11 AM   #32
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Jeffrey Deaver is another author who does that. Characters who are the protagonist in one series of novels show up as minor characters in others. As you say, it adds to the "richness" of the fictional world. I've never read a novel by Deaver that I haven't thoroughly enjoyed.
So is Anne Rice. I like how her Vampire Chronicles (old and new) interweave with Mayfair Witches. They are seperate, but loosely connected.
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