The novelist George V. Higgins died at the age of 59. Here is all you want to know, and more!
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An American author, attorney, professor, and journalist, he is best known for such crime novels as The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1970) and Cogan’s Trade (1974). Also a newspaper columnist, he wrote for such prominent publications as the Wall Street Journal and the Boston Globe.
Following his 1979 divorce from Elizabeth Mulkerin Higgins, he married Loretta Cubberley Higgins.
He was a professor at Boston College and Boston University. He died of a heart attack a week before his 60th birthday at his home in Milton, Massachusetts.
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