Sandra Brown is the author of more than 50 New York Times
CHILL FACTOR (2005), WHITE HOT (2004),
HELLO, DARKNESS (2003), THE CRUSH (2002),
ENVY (2001), THE SWITCH
(2000), THE ALIBI (1999), UNSPEAKABLE (1998),
and FAT TUESDAY (1997),
all of which have been positioned in the top five spots.
Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then
has published 65 novels.
Her books have been translated into 30 languages, and
there are presently 70 million copies of her books in print
Her 1992 novel FRENCH SILK was made into an ABC-TV movie.
A lifelong Texan, Sandra Brown was born in Waco and
raised in Ft. Worth.
Before embarking on her writing career, she worked as a
model at the Dallas Apparel Mart,
and in television, including weathercasting for WFAA-TV in
Dallas, and feature reporting
on the nationally syndicated program "PM Magazine."
Awards and commendations include the American
Business Women's Association's
Distinguished Circle of Success, B'nai B'rith's
Achievement Award, the A. C. Greene Award and the Romance
Writers of America's Lifetime Achievement
Award. She is a member of Author's Guild, Mystery Writers
of America, International
Association of Crime Writers, Novelists, Inc. and Literacy
She is married to Michael Brown, a former television
recently produced the award winning documentary film DUST TO
They live in Arlington, Texas.