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Ken Follett put aside thrillers to pursue historical sagas. Pillars of the Earth, A Dangerous Fortune, and A Place Called Freedom were hugely successful international bestsellers. He also wrote the non-fiction bestseller, On Wings of Eagles, about the rescue of Ross Perot's EDS employees during the Iranian revolution. When not writing novels or raising money for Great Britain's Labor party, Follett plays bass guitar in his own rock'n'roll band. Follett and his wife, Barbara, divide their time among homes in London, Cannes, and Antigua.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Genetics Research Fiction, Women scientists Fiction, Conspiracies Fiction