Writers and journalists have voiced their fury after a biography of Norfolk-raised television host Caroline Flack was announced just two days after her death.

The Love Island host's family announced on Saturday, February 15, that Miss Flack - who grew up near Thetford and went to school in Watton - had died.

Just two days later, on Monday, February 17, it was confirmed that a biography of her life will be released on April 30 - just 10 weeks after her death.

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Titled 'Caroline... The Short, Sweet and Tragic Life of Caroline Flack', the book will be written by Emily Herbert and published by Ad Lib Publishing, with a share of proceeds set to go to cyber bullying charities.

Miss Herbert has written a number of other posthumous biographies in the past, based on the likes of musician George Michael, legendary radio host Sir Terry Wogan and comic Robin Williams, among others.

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"She will reveal much that is unknown about this sad story."

However, the biography's announcement has been met by a backlash from authors, writers and journalists on social media, who have questioned the necessity and the timing of the announcement.

Daily Telegraph arts and entertainment editor Anita Singh tweeted a screenshot of the news, along with the caption: "No time like the present, eh?"

TV critic and broadcaster Scott Bryan described the move as "awful", while author Emma Gannon said: "I don't like this. I don't like this at all".

Ad Lib Publishing have been approached for comment.