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nonfiction novel

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A factual or historical narrative written in the form of a novel: Truman Capote's In Cold Blood is a nonfiction novel.
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Thompson's non-fiction novel, “Hell's Angles,” where Thompson spent a year embedded with a motorcycle gang accused of a number of criminal activities.
Based on a non-fiction novel by Kurt Eichenwald, the comic thriller tracks Mark Whitacre s machinations as a whistle-blower with "issues" that include looking after number one.
The Destruction of Invasion and its Side Effects" (published by AuthorHouse), the new non-fiction novel by first-time authors Ahmad Popalyar and Delores Bell, illustrates through words the effects of hundreds of years of invasions and destruction across the country of Afghanistan.
This biographical drama tells the story of writer Truman Capote's production of his bestselling non-fiction novel, In Cold Blood, which he based on the mass murder of a Kansas family.
What begins as a magazine article soon becomes the meat and bones of a groundbreaking book - In Cold Blood - the non-fiction novel that would become the publishing phenomenon of '60s America.
After he explains the set up, Dorsey vanishes the way makers of good documentaries vanish; he records the action but you never see him, giving The Force the feel of a non-fiction novel in the In Cold Blood vein.
Additionally, Emmett/Furla Films is also in final negotiations to acquire the rights to John Armstrong's non-fiction novel, "The Way We Played the Game.
There is no other non-fiction novel on the market in days past or present that relates or compares to the Don't Disappear series and the writing style of Nina Guest.
One of Preston's bestselling non-fiction novel The Monster of Florence is being made into a major motion picture.
Made at the same time as Capote, this enjoyable film looks at Truman Capote's best-selling non-fiction novel, In Cold Blood.
Worried he was becoming an alcoholic, he adopted the therapy of writing a novel, and Spin the Bottle - his only non-fiction novel which was published in 1963 - launched his career.
He's busy researching his famous non-fiction novel 'In Cold Blood', which follows the case of a wealthy family's murder in 1959 Kansas.