“He was a born storyteller and I would tell him he was a latter-day Charles Dickens with his strong and complex plots, larger-than-life characters and his ability to appeal to a large number of readers,” Sessions said.
He married his partner of seven years, Christine Gee, last year. He is also survived by his sons Brett and Adam.
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