Anne Carroll Bell George (born December 4, 1927 in Montgomery; died March 14, 2001 in Birmingham) was a poet and writer, known for her "Southern Sisters" series of mystery novels, which are set in Birmingham.
Anne's parents were separated shortly after he birth, and she was raised by her grandparents in Montgomery, and later on a stepfather's farm in Lowndes County. She completed prep school at Judson College in Marion and earned her bachelor's degree in English and Spanish at Howard College in Birmingham. After graduating in 1949, she began her career as a teacher.
She married Earl George and continued teaching for more than twenty years. She earned a master's degree in English and Education at UAB in 1971, writing her thesis on the work of Eudora Welty. While continuing her post-graduate studies at UAB, she and classmate Jerri Beck co-founded the Druid Press in 1982. They sold the business in the mid 1990s to focus on writing.
- George, Anne (1980) Dreamer, Dreaming Me. Druid Press
- George, Anne (1982) Wild Goose Chase. Druid Press
- George, Anne (1985) Spraying Under the Bed for Wolves. (poems). Druid Press
- George, Anne (1993) Some of It Is True." (poems). Curbow Publications
- George, Anne (1996) Murder on A Girls' Night Out.
- George, Anne (1996) Murder on A Bad Hair Day.
- George, Anne (1997) Murder Runs in the Family.
- George, Anne (1997) Murder Makes Waves.
- George, Anne (1998) Murder Gets A Life.
- George, Anne (1999) Murder Shoots the Bull.
- George, Anne (1999) This One and Magic life, A Novel of a Southern Family.
- George, Anne (2000) Murder Carries A Torch.
- George, Anne (2000) The Map that Lies Between Us (collected poems) Black Belt Press
- George, Anne (2001) Murder Boogies with Elvis.
- Kazek, Kelly (December 4, 2017) "Remembering Anne George, Alabama author of Southern Sisters Mysteries." The Birmingham News