Lawrence Sanders
1920-1998
 

Lawrence Sanders was born in Brooklyn. After public school he went to Wabash College where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree. He returned to New York and started to work at Macey's Department Store, the largest department store in the world. In 1943 he joined the United States Marine Corps. In 1946 he was discharged.
He started to write to earn a living. In 1970 his first crime novel appeared, The Anderson Tapes. Besides his crime novels he also wrote other fiction. He also wrote under the pseudonyms 'Lesley Andress' and 'Mark Upton'.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
  1) The Anderson Tapes (Edgar Award) 1970
  2) The Pleasures of Helen 1971
  3) The First Deadly Sin 1973
  4) The Tangent Objective 1976
  5) The Second Deadly Sin 1977
  6) The Tangent Factor 1978
  7) The Sixth Commandment 1979
  8) The Tenth Commandment 1980
  9) The Third Deadly Sin 1981
10) The Fourth Deadly Sin 1985
11) The Eighth Commandment 1986
12) Tales of the Wolf (short stories) 1986
13) Dream Lover 1987
14) The Timothy Files (novellas) 1987
15) Timothy's Game (novellas) 1988
16) The Seventh Commandment 1991
17) McNally's Secret 1992
18) McNally's Luck 1992
19) McNally's Risk 1993
20) McNally's Caper 1994
21) McNally's Trial 1995
22) McNally's Puzzle 1996
23) McNally's Gamble 1997
As 'Lesley Andress'
 1) Caper 1980
As 'Mark Upton'
 1) Dark Summer 1979

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