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Topic - Sally Ellis Crews
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Author Harry Crews, a hell-raiser and cult favorite whose hard and crazy times inspired his extreme, but comic tales of the rural South, died Wednesday in Gainesville, Fla. He was 76 and had suffered from neuropathy, said his ex-wife, Sally Ellis Crews.
"He had been very ill," she told the Associated Press on Thursday.
He was 76 and had suffered from neuropathy, his ex-wife, Sally Ellis Crews, said.