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Susan Walter was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. After being given every opportunity, but failing to become a concert violinist, Susan attended Harvard University. She took an internship at the local TV station in hopes of becoming a newscaster, but flubbed her audition, so was given a job writing promos instead.
Seeking sunshine and a change of scenery, she moved to Los Angeles to work in film and television production. Upon realizing writers were having all the fun, Susan became a screenwriter, then a director. She made her directorial debut on "All I Wish" starring Sharon Stone, which she also wrote. Susan transitioned to writing novels during the pandemic so she could murder people without consequences.
When not writing (and also maybe while writing) Susan can be found streaming Red Sox baseball and drinking too much coffee.
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