Susan Crawford grew up in Miami, Florida, and graduated from the University of Miami with a BA in English and a minor in psychology. She later moved to New York City and then Boston before settling in Atlanta to raise three daughters and work in the field of adult education. A member of the Atlanta Writers Club and the Village Writers, Susan teaches at Georgia Piedmont Technical College and dabbles in local politics. She lives with her husband and a trio of rescue cats in Atlanta, where she enjoys reading books, writing books, rainy days, and spending time with the people she loves.
Susan Crawford recommends
The Burial Society (2018)
(Burial Society, book 1)
"A unique style, a fast pace, a Parisian setting, and a myriad of intriguing, puzzling characters make The Burial Society impossible to put down. Sadowsky uncovers dark and hidden secrets as she skillfully unravels the façade of a picture-perfect family."
Read Me (2018)
"Beautiful writing and a modest, pensive protagonist contrast grisly violence as we follow a stalker through a maze of streets and shops. Intrigued by those more colorful than he, drawn to the vibrant and vivacious, the narrator is trapped in his irrelevance and we inside his head as he records the movements and the moments of his more ostentatious prey. A brilliant and goosebumpy read!"
When You Find Me (2018)
P J Vernon
"I loved this book! Mercurial characters and excellent writing kept me riveted from beginning to end. Vernon makes us question everything and everyone..."
All That's Bright and Gone (2019)
"Heart-wrenching . . . Nellums takes her readers on a twisty carnival ride."
After All I've Done (2020)
"After All I’ve Done will keep readers guessing to the very end, as heroes and villains blur, as love and hate switch places. A great read!"
They're Gone (2020)
E A Barres
"Perfect pacing and imperfect heroes make this book a hard one to put down!"
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