Monday, December 16, 2013

Stand-in Scribblers

Irishman John Banville (whose new Philip Marlowe novel, The Black-Eyed Blonde, is due out in March) and Brit Sophie Hannah (who’s working on her own Hercule Poirot mystery) are just two of the people cited in a Financial Times article about the challenges facing wordsmiths who try to adopt a dead writer’s voice.

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