Sandra Lee
True Crime & Mystery Writer; Investigative Journalist


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Other books by Sandra







“Sandra Lee uncovers new secrets in the most notorious unsolved homicide in Massachusetts history: The Lady in the Dunes. The Shanty is not just a story rooted in an old mystery; Lee captures the dogged determination of the small but elite group of investigators with the Provincetown Police who went as far as to question whether Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger should be questioned as a suspect. A great read.”

   Michele McPhee, Best-selling Author and Award-winning Journalist


"Dirty Water is a supernatural crime noir that leaps off the page and grabs you by the throat. Author Sandra Lee paints a frighteningly true dreamscape where desperate acts invite dire consequences and where the secrets of the past do not remain buried for long. Once you begin reading Dirty Water, you won't be able to put it down. This is the type of thriller for which nightlights were invented." 

 - Casey Sherman, national best-selling author of The Finest Hours, Bad Blood, Search for the Strangler and Animal


"It's always fun to see new talent developing. And that's what you'll see in Sandra Lee's 'Cape 'Cod; No Place Darker'. If you're interested in what goes on in a summer place once the tourists leave, let Sandra show you. If you like vampire tales, let Sandra tell you hers. If you do, you'll be in on the start of promising story-teller's career."

- William Martin, New York Times Bestselling author of 'City of Dreams'




"Lee's 'Cape Cod; No Place Darker' gives you a real feel for being on Cape Cod."

- Joe Reardon, The Quincy Sun


"BRILLIANT! - I loved your use of food to set the stage in 'Dear Alcohol' - Brilliant!"


- Richard Williams, Author - 'Fearce & Savage Tales'


 "I read 'The Shanty; Provincetown's Lady in the Dunes' and I enjoyed it immensely. The plot was exciting and well written, and the character development was really well done. Lee, who writes in 'Capote' and 'Mailer' style should feel very, very proud of such fine work."

- Nancy Harris - The Boston Globe