Famous detective novelist John Le Carey has died. The cause of death was pneumonia. He was 69 years old. This British writer gained worldwide fame for his work, reports BSS.
The author, known as “The Spy Who Came in From the Cold”, died Saturday evening in the southwestern English town of Cornwall, his family said.
Johnny Geller, England’s famous literary agent, has called Carrey the undisputed author of English literature. “We lost one of the great men of English literature,” he said. His talent, writing ability is incomparable. I lost a friend, I lost a mentor – from whom I was always looking for inspiration.
According to the author’s family, John Le Carre died Saturday night from pneumonia.
The movie is based on about 25 of Carrie’s detective novels. Although his real name is David John Moore Cornwell, he is known as John Le Carey. He came to the worldwide discussion in 1963, after The Spy Who Came in the Cold.
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