What's a nice woman like Leslie Glass doing behind a
Detective's desk in a gritty New York City Police precinct?
Acclaimed for crime novels that vibrate with chilling
psychological suspense, best-selling author Leslie Glass
knows police work from the inside-out. When she's not
working on her next book, you might find her at the police
firing range at Rodman's Neck. Her intensive research on
the front lines has given Glass an intimate knowledge of
the twists and turns, procedures and pitfalls of criminal
investigation. Her first-hand experience of the day-to-day
realities of police work also has given her special insight
into the politics, heartaches and conflicts of a New York
City cop's life.
She is the founder of the Leslie Glass Foundation, which
grants graduate research fellowships in the fields of
criminal justice and mental health. Glass is also the
Program Chair for the New York City chapter of Mystery
Writers of America.
View Leslie's websites at www.aprilwoo.com and www.authorleslieglass.com.
A Clean Kill, June 2005
A Killing Gift, May 2003
The Silent Bride, June 2002
Tracking Time, October 2001
Stealing Time, February 2000