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Alexandra Ripley Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Alexandra Ripley, née Braid (January 8, 1934 – January 10, 2004) was an American writer best known as the author of Scarlett (1991), the sequel to Gone with the Wind. Her first novel was Who's the Lady in the President's Bed? (1972). Charleston (1981), her first historical novel, was a bestseller, as were her next books On Leaving Charleston (1984), The Time Returns (1985), and New Orleans Legacy (1987). Scarlett "was universally panned by critics," but was very successful nonetheless. She attended the elite Ashley Hall, in Charleston, South Carolina, and Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York.Ripley was thrice wed; to Leonard Ripley, an early partner and recording engineer at Elektra Records, Thomas Garlock, and John Graham (1926-2007), a former professor at The University of Virginia, from whom she was separated at the time of her death.She died in Richmond, Virginia, and is survived by two daughters from her first marriage to Leonard Ripley, a son in law and granddaughter, Alexandra Elizabeth.
|Date Of Birth||January 8, 1934|
|Place Of Birth||Charleston, South Carolina, USA|
|1||On personal power: Should-haves solve nothing. It's the next thing to happen that needs thinking about.|
|2||Thanks to Miss Mitchell and 'Scarlett,' right now I can say any damn thing I want to, and people will listen.|
|1||Was chosen in the early 1990s by the estate of Margaret Mitchell to write the sequel to "Gone with the Wind."|