Czech writer Zdena Vrýbová dies
Author and journalist Zdena Vrýbová died on Sunday night aged 75 years. The popular writer published a number of books on psychological, scientific and health issues. Mrs. Vrýbová was also the author of the humorous dog novel Robin, a book that ranks in the top hundred most popular books in the Czech Republic. She intentionally avoided writing about political topics under the communist regime After the Velvet Revolution, Mrs. Vrýbová published books that focused on debated issues in Czech society.