Last book by deceased ‘Seven Sisters’ writer Lucinda Riley will be published in spring 2022 showbiz
LiteratureIn the spring of 2022, a new book by Lucinda Riley, the now deceased author of the successful series ‘De Zeven Zussen’, will be published. Her family announced that. This is the eighth and final book in the series.
‘The Murders at Fleat House’ Set at a boarding school in Norfolk, northern England, the shocking death of a student leads to the discovery of hidden secrets at the heart of Fleat House.
When her youngest children started school in 2004, Lucinda wrote three books without having a publisher at the time. Two of these have since been released with great success: ‘The olive tree’ and ‘The butterfly room’. Lucinda always planned to publish the third book after the release of the last part of ‘The Seven Sisters’. It is the only crime novel she wrote.
As announced last July, the eighth installment in the ‘Seven Sisters’ series, ‘Atlas: The Story of Pa Salt’, will be completed by Lucinda’s son Harry Whittaker. This book will be published in May 2023.
Lucinda Riley passed away in June 2021 at the age of 55 from cancer. She is the most successful author of this century, with more than three million books sold in the Netherlands and Flanders.
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