• Where—Boston, Massachusetts, USA
• Education—B.A., Yale University; J.D. Boston
• Awards—New Blood Dagger by British Crime
• Currently—lives in Boston, Massachusetts
William Landay is an American novelist, whose novel, Mission Flats, was awarded the 2003 John Creasey Dagger (now called the New Blood Dagger) as the best debut crime novel of 2003 by the British Crime Writers Association. His second novel, The Strangler, was shortlisted for the Strand Magazine Critics Award as the best crime novel of 2007.
Landay graduated from Yale University and Boston College Law School. Prior to becoming a writer, he served for eight years as an Assistant District Attorney in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (From Wikipedia.)
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