Crime fiction writer Leighton Gage dies aged 71

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Crime fiction writer Leighton Gage dies aged 71

Jul 30 2013

Crime fiction writer Leighton Gage has passed away. He was 71 years old. Over the course of Gage's career, he wrote a seven-book series starring Brazilian law enforcement officer Chief Inspector Mario Silva. Soho Press senior editor Juliet Grimes offered this tribute: Leighton was a backbone of the crime fiction community as well as the Soho Crime family. A tireless author advocate with a powerful social media presence.

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