It's hard to say who influenced you and how.
It is easier to make a list from memory of some of the novels that have impressed me sufficiently that I remember them even though it is some 40 or 50 years since I put some of these down.
Here they are, alphabetically listed.
The gift, Get Shorty, 52 Pickup, and any number of others.
F Scott Fitzgerald
A perfect book, not a word out of place.
The Great Gatsby
Fascinating social critique
Impossibly sprawling and original
Endlessly fascinating riddle.
The Crying of Lot 49
All the pretty horses
WW2 the British perspective
Sword of Honour trilogy
Most complete portrait of a woman.
A small novel, seems a thousand pages long.
Death in Venice
A metaphor for civilisation.
The Glass Bead game
Compelling and haunting
Tiny and perfect.
The Doll's House
Tragic and inevitable.
Of Mice and men
Unforgettable and haunting
Brilliant family memoir.
My Family and Other Animals
The greatest horror story ever written.
The sound and the fury
Expansive and ribald.
An eye into the dark continent.
Things fall apart
Brilliant moment in the evolution of India.
The places you'll go, The Cat in the Hat
J R Coetzee
The tragedy of Africa.
Mythic & Intense
The sailor who fell from grace with the sea
Enjoyed the film? Read the book.
Early British sci-fi.
Any one of his short stories has the full body of a novel.