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He created the mediveal adventure series ''Series/{{Crossbow}}'', popular television series ''Series/FoylesWar'' and the rather less popular ''Series/CrimeTraveller'', which functioned as a GenreKiller for UK ScienceFiction television in the 1990s and early 2000s. Other series he has worked on include ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'', ''Series/{{Poirot}}'', ''Series/MurderMostHorrid'' and ''Series/MidsomerMurders''.

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He created the mediveal adventure series ''Series/{{Crossbow}}'', ''Series/{{Crossbow}}'' in the 1980s, popular television series ''Series/FoylesWar'' and the rather less popular ''Series/CrimeTraveller'', which functioned as a GenreKiller for UK ScienceFiction television in the 1990s and early 2000s. Other series he has worked on include ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'', ''Series/{{Poirot}}'', ''Series/MurderMostHorrid'' and ''Series/MidsomerMurders''.


He created the popular television series ''Series/FoylesWar'' and the rather less popular ''Series/CrimeTraveller'', which functioned as a GenreKiller for UK ScienceFiction television in the 1990s and early 2000s. Other series he has worked on include ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'', ''Series/{{Poirot}}'', ''Series/MurderMostHorrid'' and ''Series/MidsomerMurders''.

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He created the mediveal adventure series ''Series/{{Crossbow}}'', popular television series ''Series/FoylesWar'' and the rather less popular ''Series/CrimeTraveller'', which functioned as a GenreKiller for UK ScienceFiction television in the 1990s and early 2000s. Other series he has worked on include ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'', ''Series/{{Poirot}}'', ''Series/MurderMostHorrid'' and ''Series/MidsomerMurders''.


His 2016 novel ''Literature/MagpieMurders'' and its seuqel are [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiches with a meta twist. ''Literature/DanielHawthorneNovels'' are another seriesof {{metafiction}}.

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His 2016 novel ''Literature/MagpieMurders'' and its seuqel sequel are [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiches with a meta twist. ''Literature/DanielHawthorneNovels'' are another seriesof {{metafiction}}.series of {{metafiction}} murder mysteries, which also feature [[AdamWesting Horowitz himself]] as TheWatson.


Anthony Horowitz [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever OBE]] is an English novelist and television writer.

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Anthony Horowitz [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever OBE]] (born 5 April 1955) is an English novelist and television writer.


His 2016 novel ''Literature/MagpieMurders'' is a [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiche with a meta twist. ''Literature/TheWordIsMurder'' is another work of {{metafiction}}.

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His 2016 novel ''Literature/MagpieMurders'' is a and its seuqel are [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiche pastiches with a meta twist. ''Literature/TheWordIsMurder'' is ''Literature/DanielHawthorneNovels'' are another work of seriesof {{metafiction}}.


His 2016 novel ''Literature/MagpieMurders'' is a [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiche with a meta twist.

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His 2016 novel ''Literature/MagpieMurders'' is a [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiche with a meta twist.
twist. ''Literature/TheWordIsMurder'' is another work of {{metafiction}}.


Anthony Horowitz is an English novelist and television writer.

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Anthony Horowitz [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever OBE]] is an English novelist and television writer.


Also scheduled to write the screenplay for the second ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTintin'' movie, [[DevelopmentHell if it ever gets made]]..

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Also scheduled to write the screenplay for the second ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTintin'' movie, [[DevelopmentHell if it ever gets made]]..made]].


Also scheduled to write the screenplay for the second ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTintin'' movie.

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Also scheduled to write the screenplay for the second ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTintin'' movie.movie, [[DevelopmentHell if it ever gets made]]..


He has also written several novels in existing franchises. He wrote the first ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes'' novel to be endorsed by the Conan Doyle Estate; titled ''Literature/TheHouseOfSilk'', it focuses on two different cases that are oddly linked. He followed up with a separate story based in the Holmes universe; ''Literature/{{Moriarty}}''. He also wrote the Literature/JamesBond novel ''Literature/TriggerMortis'' and its (yet untitled) followup, making him the first author to write more than one Bond novel since Raymond Benson.

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He has also written several novels in existing franchises. He wrote the first ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes'' novel to be endorsed by the Conan Doyle Estate; titled ''Literature/TheHouseOfSilk'', it focuses on two different cases that are oddly linked. He followed up with a separate story based in the Holmes universe; ''Literature/{{Moriarty}}''. He also wrote the Literature/JamesBond novel ''Literature/TriggerMortis'' and its (yet untitled) followup, followup ''Forever And A Day'', making him the first author to write more than one Bond novel since Raymond Benson.


His 2016 novel ''[[Literature/MagpieMurders Magpie Murders]]'' is a [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiche with a meta twist.

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His 2016 novel ''[[Literature/MagpieMurders Magpie Murders]]'' ''Literature/MagpieMurders'' is a [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiche with a meta twist.


His 2016 novel ''[[Literature/MagpieMurders]]'' is a [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiche with a meta twist, in that it features two plotlines: an InUniverse [[Literature/HerculePoirot Poirot]]-style murder mystery novel and a present-day mystery in which an editor investigates the murder of the author of said novel, after discovering the ending of the novel is missing.

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His 2016 novel ''[[Literature/MagpieMurders]]'' ''[[Literature/MagpieMurders Magpie Murders]]'' is a [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiche with a meta twist, in that it features two plotlines: an InUniverse [[Literature/HerculePoirot Poirot]]-style murder mystery novel and a present-day mystery in which an editor investigates the murder of the author of said novel, after discovering the ending of the novel is missing.
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His 2016 novel ''[[Literature/MagpieMurders]]'' is a [[Creator/AgathaChristie Christie]] pastiche with a meta twist, in that it features two plotlines: an InUniverse [[Literature/HerculePoirot Poirot]]-style murder mystery novel and a present-day mystery in which an editor investigates the murder of the author of said novel, after discovering the ending of the novel is missing.


He has also written several novels in existing franchises. He wrote the first ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes'' novel to be endorsed by the Conan Doyle Estate; titled ''Literature/TheHouseOfSilk'', it focuses on two different cases that are oddly linked. He followed up with a separate story based in the Holmes universe; ''Literature/{{Moriarty}}''. He also wrote the Literature/JamesBond novel ''Trigger Mortis'' and its (yet untitled) followup, making him the first author to write more than one Bond novel since Raymond Benson.

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He has also written several novels in existing franchises. He wrote the first ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes'' novel to be endorsed by the Conan Doyle Estate; titled ''Literature/TheHouseOfSilk'', it focuses on two different cases that are oddly linked. He followed up with a separate story based in the Holmes universe; ''Literature/{{Moriarty}}''. He also wrote the Literature/JamesBond novel ''Trigger Mortis'' ''Literature/TriggerMortis'' and its (yet untitled) followup, making him the first author to write more than one Bond novel since Raymond Benson.


His novels include the ''Literature/AlexRider'' series, ''Literature/ThePowerOfFive'' series, the ''Literature/DiamondBrothers'' series, and ''Literature/GrooshamGrange'' and its sequel, as well as stand-alone novels including ''The Devil and his Boy'' and the Literature/JamesBond novel ''Trigger Mortis'' and its (yet untitled) followup (making him the first author to write more than one Bond novel since Raymond Benson).

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His original novels include the ''Literature/AlexRider'' series, ''Literature/ThePowerOfFive'' series, the ''Literature/DiamondBrothers'' series, and ''Literature/GrooshamGrange'' and its sequel, as well as stand-alone novels including and ''The Devil and his Boy'' and the Literature/JamesBond novel ''Trigger Mortis'' and its (yet untitled) followup (making him the first author to write more than one Bond novel since Raymond Benson).
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Has written the first ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes'' novel to be endorsed by the Conan Doyle Estate. Titled ''Literature/TheHouseOfSilk'', it focuses on two different cases that are oddly linked. He followed up with a separate story based in the Holmes universe; ''Literature/{{Moriarty}}''.

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Has He has also written several novels in existing franchises. He wrote the first ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes'' novel to be endorsed by the Conan Doyle Estate. Titled Estate; titled ''Literature/TheHouseOfSilk'', it focuses on two different cases that are oddly linked. He followed up with a separate story based in the Holmes universe; ''Literature/{{Moriarty}}''.
''Literature/{{Moriarty}}''. He also wrote the Literature/JamesBond novel ''Trigger Mortis'' and its (yet untitled) followup, making him the first author to write more than one Bond novel since Raymond Benson.

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