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Author Anne Rice has written over 30 books throughout her career. She shares a couple songs that helped her through tough times, a sensual track from Tina Turner, a protest song for women, as well as the artist that has inspired her most well-known character, Vampire Lestat.

Anne Rice

Author Anne Rice has written over 30 books throughout her career. She shares a couple songs that helped her through tough times, a sensual track from Tina Turner, a protest song for women, as well as the artist that has inspired her most well-known character, Vampire Lestat.

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