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Novels generally do not have bibliographies. Novels are fiction.
Do you mean non-fiction based on events, or facts and therefore using borrowed material that is acknowledged by way of a bibliography?
Any reputable, scholarly writer will have a a bib and even end notes and sometimes even a glossary of terms.
Originally posted by mrwupy
I found A pillar of iron by Taylor Caldwell to be a most excellant read. Based on the life of the great statesman Marcus Cicero and his attempts to save the Roman empire, all in vain.
Well researched, scholarly and a really good read.