British writer Martin Amis dies aged 73 — New York Times

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Acclaimed British writer Martin Amis has died aged 73 at his home in Lake Worth, Florida, the New York Times and British media reported on Saturday.

Amis’ wife Isabel Fonseca told media that the author of searing and insightful works, such as “Money: A Suicide Note,” “London Fields” and “Time’s Arrow”, passed away on Friday, 19 May, after a bout with esophageal cancer.

Amis published 13 novels throughout his career, gaining prominence in the ’80s and ’90s. He also wrote two collections of short stories, six non-fiction books, and a memoir.


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