Wolf Hall Author Hilary Mantel Dies At 70: News Revealed!

The British novelist Hilary Mantel won the Booker Prize twice and is best known for her works "Wolf Hall" and "Bring Up the Bodies" has passed away. She was 70...

We are heartbroken by her passing, and our sympathies are with her friends and family, especially her husband, Gerald. We can only be thankful that she left behind such a beautiful piece of work in light of her tragic passing. Mantel is one of the most well-known writers in the U.K...

Although Mantel was active recently and even took part in a "Questionnaire" interview with the London Financial Times, published on September 10, no cause of death has yet been disclosed. The author joked that Toryism was other people's "most aggravating" quality...

Mantel was schooled at a convent school in Cheshire after being born in northern Derbyshire in 1952. She went to Sheffield University and the London School of Economics, where she majored in law...

However, Mantel became famous after "Wolf Hall," which took up the 2009 Man Booker Prize. The book is a fictitious biography of Thomas Cromwell and his ascent to power in Henry VIII's court, and it is based on an intensive, years-long study into the Tudor era by Mantel...