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Isabel Allende Professional and informative site on the Chilean author of The House of the Spirits, Eva Luna and the forthcoming Zorro.
All the usual elements of a good author site are present and correct - biography, bibliography, question and answer - but this well-designed site also features a photo album which, as Allende puts it, is "like an on-going soap opera".
Family, friends, Bill Clinton, Carlos Fuentes, Antonio Banderas, they're all there with Allende...
NB Also good for students of Spanish - the site is bilingual.
At the heart of it is the Bookheads gallery which contains recommendations from writers and "celebs" from Mark Haddon to Gary Lineker plus the choices of hundreds of teenagers who have filled in the on-site form about their favourite book.