The Other End of the Pen

Some fiction books where famous writers are characters:

Jane and the Ghost of Netley    by Stephanie Bond       (Jane Austen)

Not Quite Dead    by John Gray     (Edgar Allan Poe and Charles Dickens)

Oscar Wilde and a Death of No Importance    by Gyles Daubeney Brandreth   (Oscar Wilde and Arthur Conan Doyle)

The Ghost of the Mary Celeste   by Valerie Martin    (Arthur Conan Doyle)

A Monster’s Notes   by Laurie Sheck    (Mary Wollstonecraft and Percy Bysshe Shelley)

Lord of the Dead:  the Secret History of Byron   by Tom Holland    (George Gordon Byron)

Dark Amelia:  A Novel of Shakespeare’s Dark Lady    by Sally O’Reilly    (William Shakespeare)

Martyr     by Rory Clements    (William Shakespeare)

Black Venus   by James MacManus     (Charles Baudelaire)

The Alchemy of Murder    by Carol McCleary   (Jules Verne and Oscar Wilde)

Mrs.  Hemingway    by Naomi Wood    (Ernest Hemingway)

Hemingway’s Girl    by Erika Robuck     (Ernest Hemingway)

West of Sunset    by Stewart O’Nan     (F. Scott Fitzgerald)

Beautiful Fools:  The Last Affair of Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald    by Clifton R. Spargo   (F. Scott Fitzgerald)

The Chinatown Death Cloud Peril   by Paul Malmont   (Walter Brown Gibson)

Lillian and Dash    by Sam Toperoff   (Lillian Hellman and Dashiell Hammett)

Bramwell    by Douglas A. Martin     (Patrick Bramwell Bronte)

The Crimes of Charlotte Bronte:  the Secrets of a Mysterious Family    by James Tully   (Charlotte Bronte)

Romancing Miss Bronte    by Juliet Gael    (Charlotte Bronte)

Adios Hemingway    by Leonardo Padura    (Ernest Hemingway)

Afternoons with Emily     by Rose MacMurray      (Emily Dickinson)

Bedlam:  The Further Secret Adventures of Charlotte Bronte    by Laura Joh Rowland   (Charlotte Bronte)

Farewell, Dorothy Parker    by Ellen Meisler    (Dorothy Parker)

Under the Wide and Starry Sky   by Nancy Horan   (Robert Louis Stevenson)

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