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Thomas Harris

Thomas Harris is an author, most famous for his book The Silence of the Lambs which was made into a motion picture starring Jodie Foster as a trainee FBI agent, and Anthony Hopkins, in his Oscar-winning portrayal of psychopathic serial killer, Dr. Hannibal Lecter. This book (and movie) is the sequel to the book (and movie) Red Dragon which also included Dr. Lecter as a character.

Harris' most famous work before Silence was his book Black Sunday on the plans of a terrorist group to seize control of a blimp, placing a shrapnel bomb on board, and explode it during the Super Bowl, killing thousands of people. This book was also made into a movie starring Robert Shaw and Bruce Dern.

Books by Thomas Harris: