Susan Arnout Smith was born in Anchorage, Alaska and grew up in the mountains of Colorado. She lives and writes in San Diego. She's been an essayist for National Public Radio, won the Stanley Drama Award, (for her play Beast), and worked on the Alaska Pipeline during construction, where she managed to keep all her fingers.
Her first novel, "The Frozen Lady," is an answer to a question in Trivial Pursuit, The Alaskan Edition, and is a novel about the birth of Alaska.
"The Timer Game", her first thriller, is published in the United States and translated into other languages. "Out at Night", the second in the series, follows San Diego Police crime lab biologist Grace Descanso in her quest to keep her world a saner, safer place. Both thrillers are also available as e-books.
Susan's secret dream is to be the oldest contestant on The Voice, which means she's constantly working on extending her range from three notes to four.
She's the Grand Prize Winner of the International Faith in Film Screenwriting Award for her adapted screenplay, GOD'S PHOTO ALBUM, (from the nonfiction book by Shelly Mecum, "God's Photo Album."
She also has the distinction of writing only four TV scripts and having them all produced while being over the age of forty and never living in Hollywood.
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