She's eighteen, beautiful, innocent, and a whirlwind of trouble.
Trouble. The instant Frank Limosin comes across gorgeous eighteen-year-old Suki Flood sitting on the rear deck of the Trans Am in the hot empty desert, he feels trouble in the air. They're ten miles from the nearest highway and her Trans Am has a flat tire. Another day out there and Suki would be buzzard food. Frank saves her, then he has to save her again and again and again, because Suki is fifty times more trouble than Frank ever dreamed possible.
"Raunchy, chilling, and engrossing" -- The Sunday Times (London)
"Killing Suki Flood is a cross between Stick by Elmore Leonard and The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris. My advice is simple: Buy it if you can, steal it if you have to, but be sure to read it."
-- Jeremiah Healy, author of Swan Dive.
Killing Suki Flood is currently under option by Davis Films. First published in hardcover by St. Martin's Press, it has been published in England, France, and the Netherlands.