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|Mirror Quiz crossword of November 27th, 2017 other clues|
|Judy —, US author of novels Wifey, Blubber and Deenie|
|1987 opera by John Adams|
|Joe —, author of stage plays What the Butler Saw and Entertaining Mr Sloane|
|Political philosophy associated with Russian revolutionary Mikhail Bakunin|
|2007 debut novel by William P Young|
|BBC Radio comedy programme starring Tommy Handley that ran from 1939-49|
|Agatha —, fictional creation of M C Beaton who first appeared in a 1992 mystery novel|
|Very small nocturnal fox inhabiting deserts of Arabia and N Africa|
|One of the basic patterns of the human fingerprint|
|Robert —, pen name of the author of 1914 posthumously published novel The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists|
|The —, 1963 novel by Iris Murdoch|
|Lester —, US jazz tenor saxophonist nicknamed Pres who died in 1959|
|2009 novel by James Patterson|
|River in Hades in Greek mythology that caused forgetfulness in those who drank from it|
|Inland port of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany at the confluence of the Rivers Neckar and Rhine|
|Republic on the Persian Gulf; capital Baghdad|
|Romance language of Europe also known as Langue d'oc|
|French physician in William Shakespeare stage comedy The Merry Wives of Windsor|
|City in Meurthe-et-Moselle, France; capital of the dukes of Lorraine in the 12th-century|
|Branch of medicine concerned with the functions and diseases of women and girls|
|British singer-songwriter who recorded 1977 UK no 1 single When I Need You|
|See 4 Across|
|Black partially dried plum with a wrinkled appearance|
|Small burrowing mammal with velvety dark fur|
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