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Hilary Mantel dies aged 70: Wolf Hall author who won Booker twice was surrounded by family

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Jason Manford defends Harry and Meghan over hand-holding rowHe said: "Her wit, stylistic daring, creative ambition and phenomenal historical insight mark her out as one of the greatest novelists of our time."She will be remembered for her enormous generosity to other budding writers, her capacity to electrify a live audience, and the huge array of her journalism and criticism, producing some of the finest commentary on issues and books."He added that her emails were "sprinkled with bon mots and jokes as she observed the world with relish and pounced on the lazy or absurd and nailed cruelty and prejudice".Bill went on to say she had chronic health problems "which she dealt with so stoically".More tributes have flooded in for the late writer on social media.Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted: "It is impossible to overstate the significance of the literary legacy Hilary Mantel leaves behind."Her brilliant Wolf Hall trilogy was the crowning achievement in an outstanding body of work.

Rest in peace."Matthew Pennycook MP wrote: "Awful news. A huge loss."Danniella Westbrook fumes royals treated Harry 'as 2nd class citizen' [REVEALED]Sharon Osbourne fought urge to say 'f**k you' to The Talk stars on-air [INTERVIEW]Gwen Stefani wows in pink after 'unrecognisable' look caused a stir [PICTURED]Harry Potter author JK Rowling commented: "We've lost a genius."Modhabobo typed: "Utterly heartbreaking to think of all the stories she had in her that we will never know.

Love to her family in this awful time.""Shocking and terrible news.She was simply the finest novelist in Britain," Gregory Norminton wrote.Hilary's award-winning trilogy was a fictional account of Thomas Cromwell's role in the court of Henry VIII, which was.

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