Ed Dee is an author, born in Yonkers, New York on February 3, 1940. He graduated from Sacred Heart High School, then served two years in the United States Army. In 1962 in joined the New York City Police Department (NYPD). He earned a BA from Fordham University. He retired from the NYPD as a lieutenant and then he began to write. He earned an MFA in creative writing from Arizona State University. His first novel, 14 Peck Slip, was named a notable book of the year in 1994 by the New York Times. Bronx Angel in (1995), Little Boy Blue (1997), and Nightbird (1999) followed. His latest book The Con Man's Daughter was released in fall 2003. He has two daughters and four grandchildren. He lives in Delaware with his wife Nancy.
- 14 Peck Slip 1994
- Bronx Angel 1995
- Little Boy Blue 1997
- Nightbird 1999
- The Con Man's Daughter 2003
- The Tailman a short story in Cop Tales 2000 2000
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