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Follett, Ken(neth Martin)

FOLLETT, Ken(neth Martin)

FOLLETT, Ken(neth Martin). Also writes as Symon Myles, Zachary Stone. British, b. 1949. Genres: Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Young adult fiction. Career: Full-time writer, 1977-. South Wales Echo, Cardiff, reporter and rock music columnist, 1970-73; London Evening News, reporter, 1973-74; Everest Books, London, editorial director, 1974-76, deputy managing director, 1976-77. Publications: (as Symon Myles) The Big Black, 1974; (as Symon Myles) The Big Needle, 1974; (as Symon Myles) The Big Hit, 1975; The Shakeout, 1975; The Bear Raid, 1976; The Secret of Kellerman's Studio (juvenile), 1976; (as Zachary Stone) The Modigliani Scandal, 1976, published in U.S. as by Ken Follett, 1985; (as Zachary Stone) Paper Money, 1977; Storm Island (in U.S. as Eye of the Needle), 1978; Triple, 1979; The Key to Rebecca, 1980; The Man from St. Petersburg, 1982; On Wings of Eagles, 1983; Lie Down with Lions, 1985; The Pillars of the Earth, 1989; The Mystery Hideout, 1990; The Power Twins, 1990; Night over Water, 1991; A Dangerous Fortune, 1993; Pillars of the Almighty, 1994; A Place Called Freedom, 1995; The Third Twin, 1996; The Hammer of Eden, 1998; Code to Zero, 2000; Jackdaws, 2001; Hornet Flight, 2002. Address: PO Box 4, Knebworth SG3 6UT, England. Online address:

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