Spanish writer Almudena Grandes dies at 61 due to cancer

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The Spanish writer Almudena Grandes, who suffered from cancer, died this Saturday at the age of 61, as reported by the Film Academy.

Grandes, born in Madrid in 1960, became known in 1989 with the erotic novel ‘Las Ages de Lulú’, a book that was awarded the La Sonrisa Vertical prize. Among other popular works by the writer are ‘Malena is a tango name’, ‘El corazón congelado’ and ‘Los besos en el pan’.

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