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Anne Rice (born October 4, 1941) is a best-selling American author of gothic and later religious themed books. Best known for her Interview with the Vampire, with a prevailing thematical focus is on love, death, immortality, existentialism, and the human condition. She was married to poet Stan Rice for 41 years until his death in 2002. Her books have sold nearly 100 million copies, making her one of the most widely read authors in modern history.

Bibliography

Novels: (Chronological)

Under the pseudonym Anne Rampling:

Under the pseudonym A. N. Roquelaure:

Short fiction:

  • October 4, 1948 (1965)
  • Nicholas and Jean (first ch. 1966)
  • The Master of Rampling Gate (Vampire Short Story) (1982)




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