March 15, 1920|
Brooklyn, New York, United States
|Died||February 7, 1998
Pompano Beach, Florida, U.S.
|Genre||Fiction, mystery, crime|
|Notable works||The Anderson Tapes|
Lawrence Sanders (March 15, 1920 – February 7, 1998) was an American novelist and short story writer.
Lawrence Sanders was born in Brooklyn in New York City. After public school he attended Wabash College, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree. He then returned to New York and worked at Macy's Department Store. In 1943 he joined the United States Marine Corps and was discharged in 1946. Sanders was a former magazine editorial writer and later turned to full-time fiction writing. He wrote his first novel, The Anderson Tapes, in 1970, at the age of 50. It deals with a plot by a group of criminals to rob a luxury apartment building. In 1971, Sanders received an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America for best first novel.
Lawrence Sanders bibliography
Edward X. Delaney series:
Peter Tangent series:
The Commandment series:
Timothy Cone series:
Archy McNally series:
Written with or by Vincent Lardo
- "Authors and Creators: Lawrence Sanders", The Thrilling Detective Web Site
- "Lawrence Sanders," Contemporary Authors, 5 September 2003. Literature Resource Center, Gale (13 February 2004).
- Author Bibliography - http://www.bookreporter.com/authors/author_bibliographies/li-sanders-lawrence.asp[dead link]
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