Elmore Leonard, the bestselling crime novelist and author of Hollywood screenplays such as Get Shorty, Be Cool, and Out of Sight, died Tuesday. He was 87. Leonard died from complications of a stroke he suffered three weeks ago, his researcher wrote on Leonard’s Facebook page. Leonard was at home in Detroit, surrounded by his family at the time of his death. While recovering from his stroke, Leonard had said he would continue to work on his latest novel, his 46th.