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Topic - Isabel Allende
Isabel Allende would like to apologize to all the fans and writers of mystery novels.
Chilean author Isabel Allende has won a Danish literature prize for her "magical and spellbinding storytelling."
Chile's state television channel has reported that long-secret documents support the theory that President Salvador Allende may have been assassinated and did not commit suicide during the 1973 coup.
The two Isabel Allendes joined Chile's president Sunday in a visit to the mine where a team of hundreds is working to rescue 33 men trapped a half-mile underground.
She said she had great respect for mystery fiction and noted that she was married to a mystery writer, William C. Gordon.
"Sometimes my humor doesn't come through," Allende explained, adding that she was trying to be self-deprecating. "I am so sorry that I wasn't clear. I take my writing very seriously and I have tried many genres and I've always done it in a very serious way."