How did Stuart Woods die? 84-year-old bestselling thriller author investigating cause of death
Stuart Woods, an American author, has recently passed away. He was an award-winning bestselling crime writer and, as his book rightly noted, lived a life of opulence. He reportedly died on July 22, 2022 at his home in Washington, Connecticut. Woods’ wife Jeanmarie Woods, who also happens to be his only close relative, confirmed his death. After the news was published, online users began to offer him their sincere condolences. At the time of his death he was 84 years old.
Stuart Woods’ wife, Jeanmarie Woods, did not provide any further details on the tragic news she received. Because of this, his exact cause of death is still uncertain. Mr. Woods, a daring licensed private jet pilot and transatlantic sailor who also called New York, Maine, and Florida home, added his writing profession in a somewhat haphazard way. But once he started writing, he was able to invest a $7,500 advance on his debut novel Chiefs in 1981 into a lucrative career as a one-man fiction factory, publishing up to five thrillers a year, one of which was as Basis for a six-hour CBS miniseries in 1983.
A defense attorney from Santa Fe named Ed Eagle, a president-elect Senator from Georgia named William Henry Lee IV, a retired army major turned Florida police chief by the CIA named Holly Barker, and a police detective who directed the production for a Hollywood -Studio Directs The 1970s named Rick Barron are just a few of the characters he has created over the course of four decades. Another travel book by Mr Woods is A Romantic’s Guide to the Country Inns of Britain and Ireland (1979).
On January 9, 1938, Stuart Chevalier Lee was born in Manchester, the West Central Region of Georgia. Stuart Franklin Lee, a gas station owner who fled the country when his then two-year-old son was being exploited by a bottling company, and Dorothy (Callaway) Lee, a church organist, were his parents. As his mother had married Angier David Woods when Stuart was six, he took his stepfather’s surname. After graduating in sociology from the University of Georgia in 1959, Mr. Woods served in the Air National Guard. Rather than achieve his goal of becoming a journalist after arriving in New York, he took a job at an advertising agency and then relocated