V. C. Andrews at a Reading
Original Author: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Created: November 24, 1985
Medium: Photograph
Publisher: Richmond Times-Dispatch

V. C. Andrews at a Reading

V. C. Andrews was best known as the creator of the Dollanganger trilogy, the story of four children born of an incestuous union and imprisoned in an attic by their sadistic grandmother. A popular success, especially with adolescents and young women, V. C. Andrews wrote in a genre first explored by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley and Bram Stoker and later popularized by Stephen King, Ira Levin, and Tom Tryon. Like them, she attracted an international audience.