Marti Leimbach
Ingrid Toth
Utrecht: Luitingh-Sijthoff,
280 p.
9024517605 9789024517602

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About Marti Leimbach

Marti Leimbach (born July 16, 1963) is an American fiction writer. Her first novel, Dying Young (1990), was an international bestseller and the basis of the film, Dying Young, starring Julia Roberts, Campbell Scott, David Selby and Vincent D'Onofrio.

Marti Leimbach's other novels include Sun Dial Street (1992) and Love and Houses (1997), after which she took time away from writing when her youngest child was diagnosed with autism. Later she wrote Daniel Isn't Talking (2006), which by her own admission contains some autobiographical information derived from her real-life experience as a mother of an autistic child. Daniel Isn’t Talking was optioned by Fox 2000 with a film planned for 2010.

Born in Washington, D.C. in 1963 to Mary Leimbach, a news reporter, and Leonard Leimbach, who died when the author was four years old. Leimbach's first novel, which centers around the death of a young man, was written while her own mo…Read more on Wikipedia