“Nothing that ever happens to a novelist is ever wasted.” ~P.D. James, published her first novel at age 42, while still in civil service and caring for an ill husband

“Nothing that ever happens to a novelist is ever wasted.” ~P.D. James, published her first novel at age 42, while still in civil service and caring for an ill husband

“If our sex life were determined by our first youthful experiments, most of the world would be doomed to celibacy. In no area of human experience are human beings more convinced that something better can be had only if they persevere.”  ― P.D. James, The Children of Men

“If our sex life were determined by our first youthful experiments, most of the world would be doomed to celibacy. In no area of human experience are human beings more convinced that something better can be had only if they persevere.” ― P.D. James, The Children of Men

P. D. James, (3 August 1920 – 27 November 2014), was an English crime writer. She rose to fame for her series of detective novels starring policeman and poet Adam Dalgliesh.

P. D. James, (3 August 1920 – 27 November 2014), was an English crime writer. She rose to fame for her series of detective novels starring policeman and poet Adam Dalgliesh.

Death Comes to Pemberley by P.D. James. The novel is a murder mystery that takes place six years after Darcy and Elizabeth's marriage in Pride and Prejudice.

'Pride And Prejudice' Meets 'Clue' At 'Pemberley'

Death Comes to Pemberley by P.D. James. The novel is a murder mystery that takes place six years after Darcy and Elizabeth's marriage in Pride and Prejudice.

P.D. James at her writing desk in 1980. At 90, she is still writing

Let me tell you a story: My life in crime fiction by P.D. James

P.D. James at her writing desk in 1980. At 90, she is still writing

P.D. James, one of the world's top crime authors, shares her top writing tips for novelists.

P.D. James, one of the world's top crime authors, shares her top writing tips for novelists.

British mystery author P.D. James wrote 18 crime novels — many with shocking, horrible endings. But, in a personal twist, James admitted to Fresh Air in 1987 that she has a deep fear of violence — and...

British mystery author P.D. James wrote 18 crime novels — many with shocking, horrible endings. But, in a personal twist, James admitted to Fresh Air in 1987 that she has a deep fear of violence — and...

PD James - the Queen of Crime Fiction

JAN MOIR: Both barrels from the Baroness - PD James rails against overpaid BBC bosses and at 90 accepts that she may have written her last novel

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