Writers similar to or like Ernest K. Gann

American aviator, author, sailor, and conservationist. Wikipedia

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  • Steve Fossett

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  • Ernest Oberholtzer

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  • Penny Rafferty Hamilton

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  • Chuck Pfarrer

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  • Caroline Dormon

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  • Roger Wolfe Kahn

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  • Amelia Earhart

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  • Bennett Griffin

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  • Herbert O. Fisher

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  • Charles Lindbergh

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  • Beirne Lay Jr.

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  • James A. Michener

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  • Bill Mason

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  • Lisa Lutz

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  • Mignon G. Eberhart

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  • American author, editor, and critic of film and theater. Kauffmann started with The New Republic in 1958 and contributed film criticism to that magazine for the next fifty-five years, publishing his last review in 2013. Wikipedia


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