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Ken Follett

Ken Follett (born June 5, 1949) is a British author, particularly of political thrillers[?], born in Cardiff, Wales. He is married to the Member of Parliament Barbara Follett[?].

After university, he worked as a newspaper reporter in Cardiff and then London, where he began writing. In 1978, his novel Eye of the Needle[?] became a bestseller. This would be followed by numerous international bestsellers.


  • The Modigliani Scandal
  • Triple
  • Lie Down with Lions
  • The Man from St Petersburg
  • The Key to Rebecca
  • On Wings of Eagles
  • Pillars of the Earth
  • Night Over Water
  • A Dangerous Fortune
  • A Place Called Freedom
  • The Third Twin
  • The Hammer of Eden
  • Jackdaws
  • Code to Zero

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