Lee Child (I think he's a writer?) has his Top 40 books of all time in the Telegraph this weekend.
How he managed to overlook Gone With the Wind, Noble House, or The Thorn Birds is beyond me, so maybe I'll messenger them over to him so he can see what he's clearly been missing.
You'll notice he also didn't list In Cold Blood. I am really surprised by that. I read it a LONG time ago, and it still chills me to the bone.
And, where oh where is The Great Gatsby? (I'm sorry but Tom Clancy AND John Grisham may be fine genre writers indeed, but to mention them and NOT Fitzgerald??)