Colin Dexter, the creator of Inspector Morse, died at the age of 86

Colin Dexter, the creator of Inspector Morse, died at the age of 86

His publisher said in a statement: “With great grief, MacMillan’s death of Colin Dexter announced this morning peacefully died in Oxford in his home.” His series of 13 Romane Morse, written between 1975 and 1999, adjusted for the long-running ITV series, John Thaw Stern. Dexter characters also appeared in spin-off show Lewis and Endeavor. “Smartest heads, most heart He wrote his first novel Morse, last bus to Woodstock in 1975 on holiday in Wales. The fictional detective was then killed in the last book, the repentance day. Inspector Morse and Lewis Star Kevin Whately, said. “When I first met Colin Dexter in 1986, his doctors warned him that, as a diabetic, his life expectancy was short so I am very grateful for 30 years of his hot friendship and 30 years of his wonderful plots, characters and stories.”

Mary Rejt, the youngest editor, Dexter MacMillan, said the writer had “inspired everyone who worked with him,” adding: “His loyalty, humility, and selfironic humor joy in many of you was the smartest minds and the greatest heart and ask them Novels and tales will remain one on both. “