Carolyn See

Carolyn See's Death

Born (Birthday) January 13, 1934

Death Date July 13, 2016

Age of Death 82 years

Cause of Death N/A

Place of Death Santa Monica, California, United States

Profession Non-fiction Author

The non-fiction author Carolyn See died at the age of 82. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

A novelist, non-fiction author, and journalist, she is best known for her 1995 memoir, Dreaming: Hard Luck and Good Times in America. Her novels include The Handyman (1999) and There Will Never Be Another You (2006).

She earned her PhD from the University of California-Los Angeles. She subsequently wrote book reviews for the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times.

She wrote several novels under the pen name of Monica Highland.

Personal Life

She grew up in Southern California. She raised two children: Lisa and Clark.

She often wrote book reviews for The Washington Post, a newspaper for which Bob Woodward worked as a reporter.

How did Carolyn See die?

Carolyn See, a novelist and memoirist who built a writing life on the singularities and peculiarities of Los Angeles and its environs, where she lived much of her life, died on Wednesday in Santa Monica, Calif. She was 82. The cause was congestive heart failure, said the writer Lisa See, her daughter.