Sometimes you’re just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Or at least it might seem that way to the bad guys in this world when FBI Agent Susan Driscoll is involved.
Special Agent Driscoll will readily admit her background is rather straightforward, perhaps a bit dull even. She’s lived in Atlanta all her life, graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and joined the FBI straight out of college. After completing the twenty-week training course at Quantico, she was fortunate to land her first position in her home city and has remained here since.
"I was in a rut," she said. "But I didn't see it at the time."
Susan has been involved in several high profile cases and has earned numerous commendations. Her problems began when her boss was replaced by a no-nonsense rule follower, SAC Maxine Rhodes, after his untimely death.
The case that really strained her relationship with her new boss was the one detailed in KILLING GAME. Fortunately, Susan’s sheer tenacity and sharp mind helped prevent a major terrorist incident in Atlanta. Supposedly on vacation, Susan had followed a lead into a South Georgia swamp to locate a missing FBI agent. In the end, her adroit handling of a volatile situation at Quinton Ellers’s militia camp narrowly avoided another horrific scenario like Ruby Ridge or Waco.
Susan is the first to admit that once she’s on a scent, she just can’t back down. It’s not her style. In BROKEN DREAMS, she found herself with a similar dilemma—conducting an investigation without her boss’s approval after the near-death of a family friend. But when her skills and augmented by those of former homicide detective Sam Marsh, things truly become interesting, both for the bad guys and this most improbable pair.