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Quiz about Match Work to Author  2013

Match Work to Author - 2013 Trivia Quiz


Here are some works of fiction that attained the number one position on the New York Times Bestseller list in the year 2013. Match the author with their work.

A matching quiz by jcmttt. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
jcmttt
Time
3 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
411,069
Updated
Dec 10 22
# Qns
15
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
13 / 15
Plays
121
Awards
Top 35% Quiz
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QuestionsChoices
1. The Hit   
  Nicholas Sparks
2. 12th of Never   
  Louise Penny
3. Dead Ever After   
  Robert Galbraith
4. Inferno   
  Brad Thor
5. Entwined With You   
  James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
6. Second Honeymoon   
  Dan Brown
7. Hidden Order   
  Charlaine Harris
8. The Cuckoo's Calling   
  James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
9. Burn   
  Maya Banks
10. How the Light Gets In   
  Sylvia Day
11. Never Go Back   
  James Patterson and Howard Roughan
12. W is for Wasted   
  Sue Grafton
13. The Longest Ride   
  Lee Child
14. Doctor Sleep   
  Stephen King
15. Gone   
  David Baldacci





Select each answer

1. The Hit
2. 12th of Never
3. Dead Ever After
4. Inferno
5. Entwined With You
6. Second Honeymoon
7. Hidden Order
8. The Cuckoo's Calling
9. Burn
10. How the Light Gets In
11. Never Go Back
12. W is for Wasted
13. The Longest Ride
14. Doctor Sleep
15. Gone

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. The Hit

Answer: David Baldacci

David Baldacci (1960-) is an American author who was chosen by "People" magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World in 1997. "The Hit" is the second book in Baldacci's "Will Robie" series where Robie is tasked with taking out a fellow agent who seems to have gone rogue.
2. 12th of Never

Answer: James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

James Patterson (1947-) is an American novelist who was certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as the first novelist to sell more than one million e-books in July 2010.
Maxine Paetro (1946-) is an American writer whose garden, Broccoli Hall, has appeared in House & Garden, Victoria, Country Garden and Country Homes magazines.
"12th of Never" is the twelfth book in Patterson's "Women's Murder Club" series where club member Lindsay is a new mom but is called to duty and is given two cases while a threat emerges that puts her family in danger.
3. Dead Ever After

Answer: Charlaine Harris

Charlaine Harris (1951-) is an American mystery writer whose Aurora Teagarden novels have begun to be adapted by Hallmark Movies & Mysteries into a series of TV films. "Dead Ever After" is the thirteenth book in Harris' "Sookie Stackhouse" series in which Sookie is accused of murder but, out on bail, finds that what passes for justice in her town is simply more bloodshed.
4. Inferno

Answer: Dan Brown

Dan Brown (1964-) is an American novelist whose book "The Lost Symbol" (2009) was adapted into a television series of the same name in 2021. "Inferno" is the fourth book in Brown's "Robert Langdon" series where Langdon must unravel codes created by a scientist obsessed with the end of the world.
5. Entwined With You

Answer: Sylvia Day

Sylvia Day (1973-) is a Japanese American novelist who won a National Readers' Choice Award in 2008 for her book "Heat of the Night". "Entwined With You" is the third book in Day's "Crossfire" series where a couple in love despite their dark and desperate pasts decide to make their own rules and defy the odds to preserve their love.
6. Second Honeymoon

Answer: James Patterson and Howard Roughan

James Patterson (1947-) is an American novelist who has appeared on "The Simpsons" and in various episodes of "Castle" as himself.
Howard Roughan (1982-) is an American author whose book "The Up and Comer" (2001) has been optioned by October Films with Michael Douglas as producer.
"Second Honeymoon" is the second book in Patterson's "Honeymoon" series where a suspended FBI agent takes on a murder case that he finds is connected to his own haunted past.
7. Hidden Order

Answer: Brad Thor

Brad Thor (1969-) is an American thriller writer who announced his candidacy for President in the 2020 election but decided against running and left the Republican Party. "Hidden Order" is the twelfth book in Thor's "Scot Harvath" series in which five candidates for heading the most secretive organization in America go missing and Harvath finds the perpetrators are part of a shadowy American cult founded in the 1700s.
8. The Cuckoo's Calling

Answer: Robert Galbraith

Robert Galbraith is the pseudonym of J.K. Rowling (1965-) when writing her "Cormoran Strike" series which was adapted for a British TV series, "Strike", in 2017. "The Cuckoo's Calling" is the first book in Galbraith's "Cormoran Strike" series where the hero is a struggling private investigator who takes on the case of a supermodel's suicide which her brother refuses to believe.
9. Burn

Answer: Maya Banks

Maya Banks (1990-) is an American author who has published over 15 different book series. "Burn" is the third book in Banks' "Breathless" series in which a wealthy and powerful man used to getting his way meets a woman who rejects him, making him burn with desire for her.
10. How the Light Gets In

Answer: Louise Penny

Louise Penny (1958-) is a Canadian mystery novelist who was awarded the New Blood Dagger award, the Arthur Ellis Award and the Dilys Award in 2005 for her first book "Still Life". "How the Light Gets In" is the ninth book in Penny's "Chief Inspector Armand Gamache" series, in which Inspector Gamache investigates the disappearance of his friend Myrna's guest in the village of Three Pines.
11. Never Go Back

Answer: Lee Child

Lee Child (1954-), a British author best known for his Jack Reacher character, received a lifetime achievement award from the British Book Awards in 2019. "Never Go Back" is the eighteenth book in Child's "Jack Reacher" series in which Reacher returns to the headquarters of his old army unit to meet the new female commanding officer and learns that he is being accused of a 16-year-old homicide.
12. W is for Wasted

Answer: Sue Grafton

Sue Grafton (1940 - 2017) was an American detective novel author who was awarded the Shamus Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003. "W is for Wasted" is the 23rd book in Grafton's "Kinsey Millhone" series in which a local private investigator is gunned down and another death is reported of a homeless man with no identification. Millhone is called in to ID the homeless guy which reveals links to the PI murder.
13. The Longest Ride

Answer: Nicholas Sparks

Nicholas Sparks (1965-) is an American author whose book "Dear John" (2006) was adapted for a movie of the same name in 2010. "The Longest Ride" is the story of two disparate couples whose lives come together providing unexpected, extraordinary journeys that transcend death and the farthest reaches of the human heart.
14. Doctor Sleep

Answer: Stephen King

Stephen King (1947-) is a world-renowned American author whose novella "The Langoliers" (1990) was adapted for a TV mini-series of the same name in 1995. "Doctor Sleep" is the second book in King's "The Shining" series, in which Dan, the protagonist of "The Shining", meets a very special 12-year-old girl with a spectacular gift that reignites his own powers and allows him to battle for the girl's soul and survival.
15. Gone

Answer: James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge

James Patterson (1947-) is an American writer who is noted for coining the slogan, "Toys R Us Kid".
Michael Ledwidge (1971-) is an American author of Irish descent who, before becoming a writer, worked as an outdoor telephone technician and participated in the Ground Zero recovery efforts after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
"Gone" is the sixth book in Patterson's "Michael Bennett" series in which a newly released crime lord is seeking revenge on Bennett and his family for getting him sent to prison.
Source: Author jcmttt

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