Bill Clinton and James Patterson are co-authors – but who did the writing? | Books | The GuardianIf Bill Clinton possessed an uncanny ability to understand the average voter during his time in politics, it was in no small part because he liked what they liked. From Big Macs and New Balance sneakers to the smooth stylings of Kenny G, on matters of taste, the 42nd president was a man of the people. After undergoing heart bypass surgery in and the insertion of coronary stents in , Clinton gave up the fast food, but at 71, his appetite for pop culture remains as voracious as ever—particularly when it comes to pulp fiction. And chances are it was written by James Patterson, whose books have sold more than million copies, putting him in the rarefied company of Stephen King and J. By collaborating with a bevy of coauthors, Patterson, a former advertising executive, has managed to publish some titles over the last 42 years, including Along Came a Spider , Kiss the Girls and the 23 other mega best-sellers in his Alex Cross detective series.
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Uncertainty and fear grip Washington. Jun 21, 4-star-reviews. I love Bill Clinton. Does the extreme nature of the news now make it harder or easier to write thrillers that are based in reality.
So, here I am pointing out an author butchering a foreign language. I could mention a dozen others. I was hooked from the start and can see how well you two appear to work together! Long reads.
Bill Clinton, who can write, has hooked up with James Patterson, The book itself is a concussive blast of five hundred and thirteen pages.
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This page-turning beach read is currently the top-selling novel in the country—an incredible accomplishment from an all-star writing team! Readers are well familiar with James Patterson both as a writer and as a philanthropist dedicated to supporting literature - but did you know that President Clinton is also a huge fan of crime fiction in his own right? Naturally, upon learning this, I had a few questions - both for President Clinton and Mr. How did the President's love of the genre inform his collaboration with James Patterson? How did their collaborative process work?