Not sure how writer's consider themselves geographically, but given the significant pieces of his work were focused in Florida -- Miami, et al. -- it seems a bit of picking nits to consider Willeford other than a "Florida" writer.
Does the fact that he died in Miami offer a geographical perspective apart of the settings of his noir classics?
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