Pulitzer Prize-winning author Oscar Hujuelos has died while playing tennis in Manhattan, New York.
The 62-year-old Cuban-American novelist became the first Latino author to win the accolade for fiction.
His most famous work was 1989 novel The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love, which was adapted for the big screen in 1992 and as a stage musical seven years later.
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The late singer's funeral took place, among a small gathering of close family and friends, on Wednesday in London.