FROM Sam Weller
Author Ray Bradbury Dies at 91 Ray Bradbury wrote 27 novels and more than 600 short stories. His science fiction, including Fahrenheit 451 , The Martian Chronicles and Something Wicked This Way Comes was regarded as serious literature. Bradbury died last night in Los Angeles at the age of 91. His official biographer is Sam Weller, author of The Bradbury Chronicles : The Life of Ray Bradbury and Listen to the Echoes : The Ray Bradbury Interviews.
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