Ann Arensberg, Insightful Novelist of Mysteries and Manners, Dies at 84

Her debut novel, “Sister Wolf,” won a 1981 National Book Award. Her later books explored the Manhattan theater scene and the New England occult.

Ann Arensberg, Insightful Novelist Of Mysteries And Manners, Dies At 84

The New York Times – by Clay Risen

Ann Arensberg, a novelist equally at home writing Gothic mysteries set in dark corners of New England and airy satires set in her native territory, the Manhattan publishing and cultural scene, died on Jan. 14 at a hospital in Sharon, Conn. She was 84.

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