Anne George Biography
Anne George (Anne Carroll George) was born on December 4th, 1927. Anne passed away March 14th, 2001 at 73 years old. Anne George was born in Montgomery, Alabama, USA. George attended Samford University.
Anne George was the author of the Southern Sisters series which consists of 8 novels. The Southern Sisters series started in 1996 with the novel Murder on a Girls' Night Out. The most recently released novel in the Southern Sisters series was Murder Boogies with Elvis which was released in 2001. There are no upcoming novels for the Southern Sisters series.
Anne George (Anne Carroll George) also wrote the Short Story Collections series which has 3 books including Spraying Under the Bed for Wolves and Some of It is True.
Anne George Awards & Accolades
George's book, Murder on a Girls' Night Out won the Agatha Award, Best First Novel, in 1996.
Anne George books have also been nominated for multiple awards, Murder on a Girls' Night Out was nominated for the Macavity Award, Best First Mystery, in 1997. Murder Shoots the Bull was nominated for the Lefty Award, Best Humorous Mystery Novel, in 2000.
Anne George F.A.Q
When was Anne George Born?
Anne George was born on December 4th, 1927.
When did Anne George die?
Anne George died on March 14th, 2001 at 73 years old.
Where was Anne George Born?
Anne George was born in Montgomery, Alabama, USA.
What book awards has Anne George won?
George's book, Murder on a Girls' Night Out won the award Agatha Award, Best First Novel, in 1996.
What was the first book Anne George wrote?
The first novel written by Anne George was Wild Goose Chase, published in 1985.
What was the most recent book Anne George wrote?
Her most recently released work was Not Quite Cricket (a short story) on October 13th, 2019.
How many books has Anne George written?
Anne George has written 14 books. 8 books in the Southern Sisters Series, 2 Standalone Novels, 3 books in the Short Story Collections, 1 Short Story/Novella.