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Anne George (writer)

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Occupation  Teacher, Author, Poet
Role  Author
Name  Anne George

Period  1980—2001
Nationality  American
Education  Samford University
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Born  Anne Carroll Bell December 4, 1927 Montgomery, Alabama, United States (1927-12-04)
Genre  Detective fiction, Poetry
Died  March 14, 2001, Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Awards  Agatha Award for Best First Novel
Books  Murder on a Girls' Night Out, Murder on a bad hair day, Murder boogies with Elvis, Murder shoots the bull, Murder Makes Waves

Anne Carroll George was an American author and poet. A collection of her poetry, Some of it is True (1993, Curbow Publications), was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in 1993, and her Southern Sisters mystery series was honored with the coveted Agatha Award. She graduated from Samford University and was Alabama's 1994 state poet and cofounder of Druid Press. George died in 2001 of complications during heart surgery.

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