From the Dept. of Whaaa?

September 16, 2016 | 1

Mystery author James Patterson has written a novel called The Murder of Steven King that apparently describes the eponymous author’s death at the hands of a deranged fan. While King declined to comment on the book, he has in the past said of Patterson that the latter is “a terrible writer but he’s very successful.” And now you must read our editor-in-chief Lydia Kiesling’s essay, “Everything I Know About America I Learned from Stephen King.”

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One comment:

  1. James Patterson doesn’t write his own books and you know he doesn’t so don’t say that he does. He runs a writing sweatshop. Someone else wrote his book and probably didn’t get paid very much for doing it, either.

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