Archive: February 24, 2008 - March 1, 2008

Great -- and Way Too Often Overlooked -- Novels by Famous Authors

Here are five stepchildren -- terrific novels overshadowed by their creators' more famous or better-selling works: 1. No Name (1862), by Wilkie Collins. Collins's The Woman in White and The Moonstone are giants of sensationalist fiction, but No Name, a dizzying spiral of impersonation and revenge, is just as good....

By Christian Pelusi | February 28, 2008; 10:49 AM ET | Comments (12)

 

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