She graduated from the editorial faculty of the Polygraphic Institute in 1956. Since the 1960s, Olga Alexandrovna, together with her husband, has been involved in creating documentaries on the activities of the Petrovka 38 and Specially Dangerous Militia and in writing non-fiction publications in the spirit of socialist education. The book “Youth Operational” tells about the importance of the work of the Komsomol squads for the protection of public order, the brochure “PE - Parasite!” About combating parasitism, and the book “To not commit a crime”, “Comrade child”, “Raising feelings” and “You, Your child and the world around you ”were addressed to parents to help raise their children. In 1965 the first art collection of stories “Soldiers in blue overcoats” was published. Olga Alexandrovna’s husband, Alexander Sergeyevich Lavrov, worked for many years in the investigative department of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs. In the matrimonial literary tandem, he served as a generator of detective ideas, often associated with real criminal cases from practice, and Olga Alexandrovna, using his literary education, literary designed the outlined plots. She was buried in Moscow at Vostryakovskoye cemetery.