Anne Perry dead – Murderer turned crime author dies aged 84
British author Anne Perry died on April 10, aged 84, it was confirmed today by her agent. The writer – who was born Juliet Marion Hulme – was best known for her Pitt and Monk detective novel series, and had penned dozens of books since her debut novel, The Cater Street Hangman, which hit shelves in 1979. Perry was perhaps best known, however, for being the inspiration behind one of the most gruesome real-crime murder movies ever made: Heavenly Creatures.
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