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About my libraryInstead of favorite authors, it should be favorite characters. John Dunning's Cliff Janeway, Les Robert's Milan Jacovich, and Steven Saylor's Gordianus The Finder, in addition to being very well written, are characters whose moral compass is unwavering. Which is not to say that it does not bend at times as after all, choices have to be made, otherwise there would be no conflict for the author to write about. Most importantly, however, they are characters in books who could easily transform into people we would like to be able to call friends. There are other authors and characters who fit the bill, but these are the tops for me.
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