Luanne Rice

Luanne Rice first published a poem in The Hartford Courant's poetry column. About four years later, American Girl Magazine published a short story she wrote. Rice attended Connecticut College until her father became ill. She later received an honorary degree from Connecticut College in 2002. She continued to write by supporting herself in a variety of jobs as a maid, researcher at the National Academy of Sciences and a whale researcher/deckhand.

Rice's first novel, Angels All Over Town, was published in 1985. Since then her short stories, essays and articles have been widely published in newspapers and magazines. She has written 30 novels that have been translated into 24 languages. A New York Times Bestselling author, many of Rice's novels have also been adapted into popular television movies. Her latest novel, Little Night, was released in June 2012. She divides her time between New York City and Southern California. Her favorite travel companions are her three cats.

                 
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