Harper Lee, prestigious American author broadly known for her 1960 novel To Kill a Mockingbird, which won a Pulitzer Prize in 1961, has passed on. She kicked the bucket in her mull over the morning of February 19, 2016, matured 89, in her home in Alabama. In an announcement, Lee's family said, "The group of Nelle Harper Lee, of Monroeville, Alabama, declared today, with awesome pity, that Ms. Lee passed away in her rest early at the beginning of today. Her passing was sudden. She stayed in great fundamental wellbeing until her passing. The family is in grieving and there will be a private burial service in the up and coming days, as she had asked." To Kill a Mockingbird was the main book she composed however it was sufficient to deify her name. It sold more than 40 million duplicates and turned into a backbone on school syllabuses. It was transformed into a motion picture in 1962, featuring Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch, a legal counselor who shields a dark man wrongly blamed for assaulting a white lady. Might her spirit rest in peace, so be it.