Frank Slaughter’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday)

February 25, 1908

Death Date

May 17, 2001

Age of Death

93 years

Cause of Death

N/A

Profession

Autobiographer

The autobiographer Frank Slaughter died at the age of 93. Here is all you want to know, and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

An American fiction author and doctor, he is best known for his semi-autobiographical novel, That None Should Die. Two of his other novels, Sangaree and Doctors’ Wives, were adapted into films (in 1953 and 1971, respectively). His books sold upwards of sixty million copies during his lifetime.

He studied at Duke University and subsequently attended medical school at Johns Hopkins University.

He worked in Jacksonville, Florida, as a physician and began writing fiction on the side.

His family moved from Washington D.C. to North Carolina when he was five years old.

One of his novels was adapted into a film starring Gene Hackman.