Full Moon Publishing publishes mysteries laced with paranormal, fantasy, horror and sometimes sci/fi. Sandra Tooley writes as both S.D. Tooley and Lee Driver.
Why did you decide to write under two different names?
The first book in my Chase Dagger series, THE GOOD DIE TWICE, was released six months after the release of the first book in my Sam Casey series, WHEN THE DEAD SPEAK. Fans thought it would be the second book in the Casey series so I use Lee Driver for the Dagger series and S.D. Tooley for the Casey series.
When did you first start writing?
I didn't start writing poems when I was four, like some writers I know. I was a late bloomer. Although I liked to make up plots for my favorite television shows when I was a kid, I didn't start forming an idea for a mystery book until I was over forty. I actually like TV scripts better and wrote two scripts for the series, Moonlighting, which never saw the light of day. But writing scripts translated great into plotting a book.
This is the fourth book in the Chase Dagger series. Dagger comes face to face with his past in the form of an intruder who first wants to hire him, then tries to kill him. What prompted this response? The answer lies in a series of numbers which triggers Dagger's memory and leads him to a remote city, one mile below the surface, technologically advanced yet abandoned. Or is it?