Thursday, November 27, 2014

Dean of the British thriller PD James died – Actualitté.com

On the morning of Thursday, November 27, writer and dean of British crime fiction PD James has died at the age of 94. She died “ peacefully at his home in Oxford ‘, his hometown, said the publishing house Faber & amp; Faber relaying the news of his family. She leaves behind a rich work of twenty novels.

Credits: Random House

Phyllis Dorothy James White, his full name, was born August 3, 1920 in Oxford. His first book, Cover Her Face ( A face covered in VO), was published in 1962. The title introduces its most iconic recurring character, Inspector Adam Dalgliesh , of Scotland Yard.

His latest novel published Death Comes to Pemberley ( Death sits at Pemberley ), was published in 2011, and many of his books have been adapted for television in the British series but also American. She has sold more than 2 million copies during his career.

In addition, she also worked for the BBC, in the public service on behalf of the Department of Forensic Medicine of the Ministry of British interior, and was magistrate prior to 1984. For his works, the Queen has ennobled Baroness in early 1990


Sources The Bookseller, The Guardian

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