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One way to learn to write fiction is to read good fiction. Here I recommend fiction books that are more than just good reads -- they will teach you by example about plot, characters, and technique.

Antihero in The Devil She Knows star
The Devil She Knows by Bill Loehfelm is a fast-paced, absorbing crime thriller, and a lot of fun to read. But more than that, it will teach you how to write a good antihero.

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