Hilary Mantel, author of Wolf Hall, dies at age 70

Hilary Mantel died on Friday afternoon . Her publishers 4th Estate Books and HarperCollins U.K.

Washington, September 23: Hilary Mantel, who best known for her books Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, has passed away.Her publishers 4th Estate Books and HarperCollins U.K. announced her death on Friday afternoon, according to Variety.We are deeply saddened by her death, and we are deeply saddened by her death.We are with her friends and family, especially her husband, Gerald.

Author Caitlin Moran paid a special tribute to Sir William Mantels, who was one of Earth's most advanced and magical machines, after learning of his death on Twitter.We were lucky she wrote as much as she did, but holy hell, it's shocking that we have collectively missed something so bizarre, she tweeted.Mantel won the Booker Prize twice, for Wolf Hall in 2009 and its sequel Bring Up the Bodies in 2012.Both were made possible by a television show.Mantels' most recent film, The Mirror and the Sun, was longlisted for the Man Booker in 2020.