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The award-winning writer was a defining voice in twentieth-century crime.
A journalist for more than twenty years, Lawrence Sanders (1920-1998) was a top-selling American novelist and short story writer best known for his Deadly Sins mystery series starring New York cop Edward X. Delaney, and for his series featuring Palm Beach, FL, private investigator Archy McNally. Two of his books, The Anderson Tapes and The First Deadly Sin, were made into movies.