How Did Henry Patterson Die? The Eagle has Landed Author Cause Of Death? Dies At 92, #Henry #Patterson #Die #Eagle #Landed #Author #Death #Dies Welcome to 5 0 M I N D S BLOG, This is the most recent breaking news and trending broacast that we have for you today: :
Henry Patterson, the bestselling novelist, sadly died at 92. He was known for his novel under the title “The Eagle”. As per reports, the renowned author took his last breath on Saturday, April 9, 2022, at his home in Jersey. In his final moments, Henry was surrounded by family members. The saddening piece of news was shared by Patterson’s publisher Harper Collins who revealed the news in a Twitter post. Ever since tributary posts and condolence messages have flooded social media. His well-wishers and followers have been expressing their sadness about his sudden demise.
Taking to Twitter, Harper Collins posted a picture of Henry Patterson along with a lengthy caption. Collins wrote that he is sharing the news of the passing of Henry with great sadness. The publisher added that he was commonly known to the general public by the pseudonym Jack Higgins. In concluding the post, Collins wrote that their thoughts are with their family and people who are grieving at this time. The post was shared a day after the author’s demise, on April 10, 2022. People are coming forward and are paying the gentle soul sincere tributes and are remembering him.
Who Was Henry Patterson?
Patterson was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, on July 27, 1929, to an English father and a Northern Irish mother. Patterson published 85 novels, mostly thrillers, and spy novels, throughout the course of his six-decade career, selling more than 150 million copies. In addition, his works have been translated into 55 different languages. Henry rose to international prominence with his novel The Eagle Has Landed, set during WWII and initially published in 1975.
It was made into a British film of the same name (1976) directed by John Sturges, which sold more than 50 million copies. Sir Michael Caine, Donald Sutherland, Jenny Agutter, and Robert Duvall appeared in the film. Patterson’s other works include Comes the Dark Stranger (1962), Hell is Too Crowded (1962), and To Catch a King (1962), according to the BBC. His final novel, The Midnight Bell, was a Sunday Times bestseller when it was released in 2017.
A Prayer for the Dying (1973), The Eagle Has Flown (1990), a sequel to The Eagle Has Landed, Thunder Point (1993), Angel of Death (1995), Flight of Eagles (1998), and Day of Reckoning (2001) are among his other famous works (2000). Undoubtedly, Henry Patterson has left behind so much that will keep him in the hearts of his fans forever. Our team pays sincere respects to the beloved author and extends our deepest condolences to his family.