In A Mental Institution. In 1961, Elia Kazan was denied permission from J.D. Salinger to do a stage version of "The Catcher in the Rye".
Robert Bloch. Alfred Hitchcock directed the feature film version of the novel "Psycho" in 1960.
1st. The are 13 books in Lemony Snicket's "Series of Unfortunate Events".
D.D. Warren. Annabelle Granger is the character "hiding" in Lisa Gardner's novel "Hide".
Rebecca. Daphne du Maurier's classic novel "Rebecca" is set at Manderley.
Tom Wolfe. "A Man in Full" was written in 1998.
Malcolm. The Harlequin exists to police and punish vampire leaders who violate rules.
Airborne Toxic Event. Gladney is infected by the Airborne Toxic Event which floats over the city as a result of a train wreck.
A.N. Roquelaure. The "Beauty" series, by Anne Rice writing as A.N. Roquelaure, has been called "pornography" and banned from many public libraries.
1969. "The Left Hand of Darkness" was written by Ursula LeGuin.
The Second Summer Of The Sisterhood. "The Second Summer of the Sisterhood" was written by Ann Brashares.
The Road Not Taken. "The Road Not Taken", a poem by Robert Frost, is a wonderful metaphor for making hard decisions.
Martin Cruz Smith. Martin Cruz Smith published "Gorky Park" in 1981, and "Time" magazine called it "the thriller of the 80's".
The Old Man And The Sea. Ernest Hemingway wrote "The Old Man and the Sea" in eight weeks.
The Morlocks. K.W. Jeter wrote a novel in 1979 called "Morlock Night" in which the Morlocks invade Victorian London.
Gertrude Stein. Gertrude Stein actually wrote "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose".
The Da Vinci Code. "The Da Vinci Code" is a 2003 mystery thriller novel by Dan Brown.
Oscar Wilde. Oscar Wilde's only novel, "The Picture of Dorian Gray", was published in 1981.
Paleontologist. A paleontologist studies prehistoric life.
Nineteen Eighty-Four. "Nineteen eighty Four" begins with Winston Smith's story on April 4, 1984.