I have been writing for nearly 20 years, first as a nationally award-winning copywriter and now as a mystery novelist. A firm believer that deadpan can be dead-on, I combine funny with frightening to craft page-turners of mystery and suspense. My debut mystery, Protocol, examines the dangers of technology, the price of modern medicine and the depths of greed to uncover what happens when the invisible among us disappears. With a degree in English literature, I site Faulkner, Hemingway and Austen, with a healthy smattering of King, Christie and Coben, as enduring symbols of inspiration. I live in Oregon with my family where I pretend to enjoy running.
I’m represented by Jordan Breindel of Literary Counsel: http://www.literarycounsel.com/