Fiction, Autobiographical -- See Autobiographical fiction Use for works in which the events in the writer's life slightly disguised are presented as fiction. Samuel Butler's The way of all flesh is an example of autobiographical fiction.
Fiction, Detective -- See Mystery fiction Use for novels and stories dealing with the detection and solution of crime. Where possible assign additional topical headings, e.g. a class-of-persons heading for the investigator, or a heading for the name of the investigator, and headings for the setting and for the crime involved.
Fiction, Epic -- See Epic fiction Use for works that parallel traditional epics in range and magnitude, and are, or could be, characterized by grandiose treatment of individuals or national destiny. Examples include James Michener's Centennial and Leon Uris' Exodus.
Fiction, Epistolary -- See Epistolary fiction Use for novels written in the form of a series of letters.