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George V. Higgins

AKA George Vincent Higgins

Born: 13-Nov-1939
Birthplace: Brockton, MA
Died: 6-Nov-1999
Location of death: Milton, MA
Cause of death: Heart Failure

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Friends of Eddie Coyle

Wife: Elizabeth Mulkerin (m. 4-Sep-1965, div. 1979)
Wife: Lorettas Lucas Cubberly (m. 23-Aug-1979, until his death)

    University: BA, Boston College
    University: MA, Stanford University (1965)
    Law School: Boston College Law School (1967)

    Assistant US Attorney Massachusetts
    Massachusetts Bar Association

Author of books:
The Friends of Eddie Coyle (1972, novel)
The Digger's Game (1973, novel)
Cogan's Trade (1974, novel)
A City on a Hill (1975, novel)
The Friends of Richard Nixon (1975, nonfiction)
The Judgment of Deke Hunter (1976, novel)
Dreamland (1977, novel)
A Year or So with Edgar (1979, novel)
Kennedy for the Defense (1980, novel)
The Rat on Fire (1981, novel)
The Patriot Game (1982, novel)
A Choice of Enemies (1984, novel)
Style Versus Substance: Boston, Kevin White, and the Politics of Illusion (1984, nonfiction)
Penance for Jerry Kennedy (1985, novel)
Imposters (1986, novel)
Outlaws (1987, novel)
The Sins of the Fathers (1988, short stories)
Wonderful Years, Wonderful Years (1988, novel)
Trust (1989, novel)
Victories (1990, novel)
The Progress of the Seasons: Forty Years of Baseball in Our Town‎ (1990, sports)
On Writing: Advice for Those Who Write to Publish (Or Would Like To)‎ (1990, nonfiction)
The Mandeville Talent (1991, novel)
Defending Billy Ryan (1992, novel)
Bomber's Law (1993, novel)
Swan Boats at Four (1995, novel)
Sandra Nichols Found Dead (1996, novel)
A Change of Gravity (1997, novel)
The Agent (1999, novel)
At End of Day (2000, novel)

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