Harper lee

Lee, who loved the Mets and the NY Times crossword puzzle, had long maintained a secret, super cheap Upper East Side apartment.
Lee was born in Monroeville, Alabama on April 28, 1926, and published her famed novel in 1960.
Sorkin plans to write original dialogue and entirely new scenes into the Harper Lee classic.
That's according to the NY Times book review.
It's the most anticipated second novel ever.
With questions still stirring around her mental state and the circumstances around the planned release of 'Go Set A Watchman,' the state of Alabama has opened up an elder abuse investigation.
One insistent local reporter was determined to make contact with Lee, and he did when she responded to his two page letter with a succinct message: "Go away!"
There is a backlash to that backlash, with friends and associates coming forward to dismiss any doubts about Lee's desire for 'Go Set A Watchman' to be released.
It all seemed too good to be true—and now a lot more information has come out suggesting that it perhaps IS too good to be true. Or not. It's all very confusing.
This is the closure that fans have been demanding ever since Boo Radley was trapped inside the Black Lodge by the malevolent spirit of Bob.
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