Madeleine Furey-Livaudais was a resident of Colorado, United States. Here are 10 more things about her:
- She was born in Eustis, Florida, USA.
- She attended Cardiff University in Cardiff, Wales and Sophie Newcomb College in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
- After graduating from Cardiff University, she went to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA to look for a job. She landed a job writing for the children’s nature magazine Ranger Rick.
- As a writer, she sometimes used Emily Marsden as her pen name.
- To research her stories, she visited several countries including Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
- She is the author of “The Skeleton Book,” a children’s science book.
- She and her husband Antonio Livaudais married in Philadelphia.
- She and Antonio have two daughters namely Molly Livaudais and Ariel Livaudais.
- From Philadelphia, she, Antonio and their daughters moved to Denver, Colorado where he worked for the architectural office of Cabell Childress.
- On December 7, 1978, she was fatally stabbed in her Denver residence by an unknown intruder. She died at the age of 33.