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If you could have one new book from a deceased author, who would it be?

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The Old Man and the Sea! Would love to have that book!

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Rooster Rooster

In response to “The Old Man and the Sea! Would love to have... $16.

Or they have an original that is autographed by Hemingway for $1,400.00

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JustJimColo JustJimColo

Vince Flynn

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Linnster Linnster

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I have a few of his around here in a pile! lol

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Rooster Rooster

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I think I have read all of them with the exception of the latest one which he authorized his co-writer to publish. I don't think it's come out in paperback yet.

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Linnster Linnster

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I'm also a fan. Mitch Rapp is my kind of Secret Squirrel. Honest, loyal, decisive, effective.

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Budwick Budwick

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I'd like to meet a man like that. :)

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Linnster Linnster

John James Audubon’s, Birds of America
Last copy sold or over 11 million. I'd sell it, retire, and buy and endless supply of books to read.

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JustJimColo JustJimColo

J.R.R Tolkien

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Charles Dickens

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JanHaskell JanHaskell

Douglas Adams

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Blewynanifail Blewynanifail

Oscar Wilde wrote only one novel, "The Picture of Dorian Gray", but I wish he had written more. He clearly had a talent for it.

Umberto Eco only wrote 7 novels, but everything I've read so far makes me feel that his fictional output could've continued far past that.

I wish James Joyce had written more works in the vein of Dubliners. His works seemed to have a progressive weirdness, so if his "one new book" was akin to Finnegans Wake, I think I'll pass.

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Thibault Thibault

In response to “Oscar Wilde wrote only one novel, "The...

Oscar Wilde wrote a lot of novels.

The Picture of Dorian Gray
Lord Arthur Saville’s Crime
The Canterville Ghost
The Sphinx Without a Secret
The Model Millionaire
A House of Pomegranates
The Young King
The Birthday of the Infanta
The Fisherman and His Soul
The Star-Child
The Happy Prince
The Happy Prince
The Nightingale and the Rose
The Selfish Giant
The Devoted Friend
The Remarkable Rocket
The Portrait of Mr. W.H.

You can download them all for free.

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JustJimColo JustJimColo

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Other than Dorian Gray, the rest are short stories, but certainly I am interested in checking those out too. He also wrote many plays.

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Thibault Thibault

Sidney all his books..

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I wish Sue Grafton could have completed the alphabet. I read a couple of her books and enjoyed them but then got into historical novels. She was good for light reading. RIP

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ozzyboy ozzyboy

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