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Rosamunde Pilcher is dead. The writer died at the age of 94 years. Her son confirmed the cause of death. Update 18.20: ZDF, Periodically, the film adaptatio

Rosamunde Pilcher is dead - This is the cause of death

Rosamunde Pilcher is dead. The writer died at the age of 94 years. Her son confirmed the cause of death. Update 18.20: ZDF, Periodically, the film adaptatio

Rosamunde Pilcher is dead - This is the cause of death

Rosamunde Pilcher is dead. The writer died at the age of 94 years. Her son confirmed the cause of death.

Update 18.20: ZDF, Periodically, the film adaptations of Rosamunde Pilchers emitting novels, will change due to your death the program. The ZDF sends on Sunday 10. February 2019, at 20.15, the first broadcast of "Rosamunde Pilcher: The bride of my brother". On Saturday, 9. February 2019, will be repeated from 12.15 PM "Rosamunde Pilcher: The shell seekers".

Dr. Norbert Himmler, the program Director of the TV channel, paid tribute to the writer: "The 'Rosamunde Pilcher'films in the ZDF are one of the most successful literary adaptations in the German television. We lose with Rosamunde Pilcher is one of the great popular story tellers of our time. Your emotional-cheerful and life stories have thrilled millions of readers and countless spectators in the ZDF-'heart of cinema', whose image has dominated for almost three decades"

Rosamunde Pilcher is dead - This is the cause of death

London - best-selling author Rosamunde Pilcher is dead. Her son Robin Pilcher confirmed to the Guardian.

she was 94 years old. The cause of death, according to her son, a stroke. "Until Christmas, it was great," says Robin Pilcher. In the new year, you've got a Bronchitis. "On Sunday she suffered a stroke and never regained consciousness."

How is Michael Smeaton, the producer of the film series, confirmed to the IMAGE, Pilcher then in the night of Thursday in the hospital died. The close friend of the family had just been informed by her family that it would go to the author from bad to worse: "We are all very surprised. I visited in late autumn in your house in Scotland, and in September, with her birthday celebrated. It was good for her and she made a fit impression.“

Rosamunde Pilcher is dead - Great success came at the age of 63

son Robin Pilcher describes his mother to the British newspaper the Guardian as a "wonderful, more alternatively-minded mother. She touched the lives of many people affected of any age, not only your Writing, but rather through personal friendships.“

Although Rosamunde Pilcher has written almost her whole life of 18 she published her first short story - but the international success came only when she was 63 years old. Their family Saga "The clam diggers" managed lists in the international Bestseller, how then any other Pilcher novel.

Until then, it was a long way: After their return from the military service, you served in India, she married in 1946, the officer, Graham Pilcher and moved with him to the Scottish Dundee. There, she wrote short stories under the Pseudonym Jane Fraser, however, only if the family with the four children gave her the time. Then she sat with her typewriter on the kitchen table, because somewhere else there is no space for a Desk, and wrote short stories for women's magazines.

Rosamunde Pilcher is dead - Some of the data from your CV

- Rosamunde Scott was born on 22. September 1924 born in Lelant in the South of England in Cornwall.

- your first text you wrote already in the school time.

- After returning from war service, she married in 1946, Graham Pilcher and settled with him at Dundee in Scotland. The Couple had four children.

- she wrote occasionally short stories and novels under the Pseudonym Jane Fraser.

- in 1987, she managed the family Saga "The shell seekers", the international breakthrough.

- Some more novels: "September" (1990), "Stormy encounter" (1992), "Wild thyme" (1993), "end of summer" (1994), "homecoming" (1995), "winter sun" (2000), "A walk in the snow" (2006).

- in 1993, the ZDF, started his Rosamunde-Pilcher-series with the Film "Stormy encounter". In the meantime, there are more than 100 follow.

also read : Rudi Assauer's dead: the Exact cause of death still unclear - Sophia Thomalla reports with touching words.

Publish Date : 08 Şubat 2019 Cuma 00:00

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