In his new novel, 11/22/63, Stephen King uses a time traveler to speak to George De Mohrenschildt "since he died of shotgun blast to his head on March 29, 1977," writes Edward Jay Epstein, but "a time-traveling avatar is unnecessary."
My list includes the authors' names, the number of novels I've read by each of them, and my three favorite novels (in rank order) by each of them. If you have different favorites by those authors, I'd like to hear about that.
There are plenty of cases where an author's masterpiece deserves the top billing it gets in the author's canon. But then there are the cases where a writer's most famous book is not the writer's best book.