Suzanne Flaig lives in Phoenix, Arizona. A recent short story, "Into the Night," is included in the anthology So West: Killer Nights (DS Publishing). She has also published nonfiction articles on a variety of subjects, including music, writing and rollerskating. She is the author of three Missy Jenkins novels: Terror in Double Time, Death in 3/4 Time, and Killing in Quarter Time. Her latest Missy Jenkins mystery, Killing in Quarter Time, was the winner of the Best Fiction Award at the 2017 Cirque du Livre Writers Conference.
Suzanne has two books of original short stories: Thrilled to Death, featuring "flash fiction" stories, and longer mystery/suspense stories, Deadly Droplets.She is a member of the Desert Sleuths Chapter of Sisters in Crime, the Mesa Writers Guild, the Valley of the Sun Chapter of the Society of Southwestern Authors, and a member of the American Business Women's Association. Suzanne is currently working on a new mystery series, based in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with an Amish woman as her protagonist.