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Topic - Jennie Soble
Ruth Cavin, a longtime and late-blooming editor at St. Martin's Press who worked on hundreds of mystery novels in a career that began in her 60s and became so revered she was unofficially known as the "First Lady of Mysteries" has died.
"I had a friend who was a very good artist and a very able person, but he couldn't cook," she explained in 2001.