Irish-born author Lucinda Riley has died of cancer, says Bazar in a cost release.
The author, who was born in 1967, died today, Friday, surrounded by his family after suffering from cancer for four years.
During his career, Riley published more than 20 novels. He is especially known for starting in 2014 Seven sisters series, the last part of which appeared in May.
The series made Riley extremely popular: Riley’s books have sold tens of millions of copies around the world.
8 years ago Lucinda Riley looked up at the sky and wondered what to cook for her family – that’s when the idea for the book series that became a world success was born.