Crossword Clue with N
Novel featuring Holden Caulfield, with "The"
Novel figure: Abbr.
Novel finish, often
Novel first credited to Currer Bell
Novel first published in 1818
Novel followed up by "The Boyhood of Christ"
Novel for which Sartre declined the Nobel Prize
novel Hemingway Actress
Novel I pen as she produces religious book
Novel ideas for rural areas?
Novel in Joyce Carol Oates's Wonderland Quartet
Novel inspired by Cain and Abel
novel Jerome Composer
novel Maugham, Somerset heroine
novel Melville Author
Novel narrated by Esther Summerson
Novel narrated by Holden Caulfield
Novel narrated by Humbert Humbert
Novel of the South Seas
Novel on a Kindle, e.g.
Novel on a small screen, perhaps
Novel on the Net
Novel on which "Clueless" is based
Novel on which the film "Clueless" is based
Novel on which the film "Precious" is based
Novel opinions, informally?
Novel or biography
Novel or essay
Novel or novella
Novel originally published under the pseudonymous byline Currer Bell
Novel people of the future
Novel postscript (Var.)
Novel price, once
Novel published in installments
Novel published under the alias Currer Bell
novel Puzo Author
Novel query requirement
Novel republished to commemorate its 2012 centennial
novel Sartre Info
novel Scott Author
Novel set after the First Opium War
Novel set in Dublin
Novel setting for Solzhenitsyn
Novel sleuth Wolfe
Novel subtitled "The Parish Boy's Progress"
Novel surprise ... and a hint to what's hidden in 17-, 21-, 36- and 49-Across
Novel that begins "'Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents'"
Novel that begins "Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again"
Novel that begins "Stately, plump Buck Mulligan ..."
Novel that includes Robin Hood
Novel that inspired 'Clueless'
Novel that inspired "The Six Million Dollar Man"
Novel that nobody reads
Novel that opens "I am Ishmael," with "The"
Novel that opens "There was no possibility of taking a walk that day"
Novel that takes place on a single day in Dublin
Novel that takes place on June 16
Novel that's downloaded
Novel the movie "Clueless" was based on
Novel title character called "My sin, my soul"
novel Tolstoy Author
Novel type, once
novel Uris Author
Novel way to betray high-class furniture maker
Novel whose action takes place on June 16, 1904
Novel whose first sentence is "I am Ishmael"
Novel whose title comes from Ecclesiastes
Novel whose working title was "The Summer of the Shark"
Novel with 57 Down
Novel with the villainous housekeeper Mrs. Danvers
Novel writer's unit
Novel writing, e.g.
novel Zola Author
novel, play, or film that continues the story of an earlier one
Novel, sonata or sonnet
Novel's little brother
Novel's screen version, e.g.
Novel's story line
Novel's turning point
Novel's twists and turns
Novelist ___ Carol Oates
Novelist ___ de Balzac
Novelist ___ Defoe
Novelist ___ Easton Ellis
Novelist ___ Heyward
Novelist ___ Mae Brown
Novelist ___ May Alcott
Novelist ___ Oz
Novelist ___ Reid Banks
Novelist ___ S. Connell Jr.
Novelist ___ Stanley Gardner
Novelist ___ Vargas Llosa
Novelist --- Mae Brown
Novelist Ahern with the best sellers "PS, I Love You" and "Love, Rosie"
Novelist Alain Actor
Novelist Anne's favorite dessert?
Novelist Arundhati ___
Novelist Bagnold et al.
Novelist Bret Easton __
Novelist Bret Easton ___
novelist British architect
Novelist BrontÔö£┬¢'s Jane
Novelist celebrated on Bloomsday
Novelist Charles with an appropriate surname
Novelist de Balzac
Novelist De Vries
Novelist du Maurier
Novelist E. ___ Proulx
Novelist Earl ___ Biggers
Novelist F. ___ Fitzgerald
Novelist Ferber who wrote "So Big"
Novelist Fleming, for one
Novelist Frank who wrote "The Octopus"
Novelist from Edinburgh
Novelist from Piedmont
Novelist Haggard's title
Novelist Hamilton ____
Novelist Hammond ___
Novelist Harper with a Pulitzer
Novelist Hunter Actor
Novelist in a relationship with Henry Miller
Novelist Jaffe and others
Novelist Jamaica ___