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Anne Rice, the Gothic novelist best known for her best-selling book “Interview with the Vampire,” died Saturday. She was 80 years old.

Her son Christopher Rice wrote on social media that Ms. Rice died of “complications from a stroke.”

“She left us nearly nineteen years until the day my father, her husband Stan, died,” Rice wrote on her mother’s Facebook page.

Born in New Orleans on October 4, 1941, Rice was best known for her series of novels “The Vampire Chronicles,” the first of which was “Interview With the Vampire,” published in 1976. It was adapted into a film starring Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Kirsten Dunst and Antonio Banderas.

Over the next five decades, Rice would write more than 30 books, more than a dozen of which are part of the vampire series.

How old was Anne Rice?

She was 80 years old.

Statement

“In his final hours, I sat by his hospital bed in awe of his accomplishments and courage, awash with memories of a life that took us from the mist-shrouded hills of the San Francisco Bay Area to the magical streets of New Orleans and the sparkling views of Southern California, ”Rice said in her statement.

Ms. Rice was married to the poet Stan Rice, who died in 2002. They had two children, Michelle, who died of leukemia at age 5, and Christopher.

She regularly interacted with her readers on her Facebook page, which has more than a million followers, and her book signings were eccentric shows that attracted dancers and costumed fans.

Christopher Rice, also an author, wrote two historical horror novels with his mother. “As a writer, she taught me to challenge the boundaries of the genre and surrender to my obsessive passions,” Rice said in the statement.

Ms. Rice will be buried in a private ceremony at the family mausoleum in New Orleans, Rice said in the statement. “Next year,” she said, “there will be a public celebration of her life in New Orleans.”

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