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|Notable credit(s)||The New York Times|
|Title||Ms. Sarah Lyall|
|Children||Alice and Isobel McCrum|
After 18 years as London correspondent for The New York Times, Lyall returned to New York with the couple's daughters in 2013; they have returned to a transatlantic relationship for the time being.
- Lyall, Sarah; The Anglo Files: A Field Guide to the British New York: W. W. Norton, 2008. ISBN 978-0-393-05846-8
- McCrum, Robert; and Sarah Lyall. My Year Off: Recovering Life After a Stroke. New York: W.W. Norton, 1998. ISBN 0-393-04656-7 ISBN 978-0393046564
- "Truths About Journalism and Humanity." Philips Exeter Academy Lion's Eye, 8 May 2007. Accessed 9 May 2007.
- "WEDDINGS; Sarah L. Lyall, Robert McCrum." The New York Times, 14 May 1995.
- Seb Patrick "New York Times London Correspondent Offers American View on the U.K.", BBC America, 17 August 2013
- Susannah Butter and Sarah Lyall "'Sometimes I felt loud and gauche, like a guest who shows up at a memorial service wearing a Hawaiian shirt': the thoughts of a New York Times correspondent on leaving London", London Evening Standard, 23 August 2013
- Recent and archived news articles by Sarah Lyall of The New York Times
-  Jonathan Raban review of Lyall's The Anglo Files: A Field Guide to the British from The New York Review of Books
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