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Suzanne Brockmann

Since her explosion onto the publishing scene more than ten years ago, Suzanne Brockmann has written over fifty books, and is now widely recognized as one of the leading voices in romantic suspense. Her work has earned her repeated appearances on the USA Today and New York Times bestseller lists, as well as numerous awards, including Romance Writers of America's #1 Favorite Book of the Year (three years running), two RITA Awards, and many Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Awards.

Married to author Ed Gaffney, Suz divides her time between Sarasota, Florida; Boston, Massachusetts and New York City. They have two grown children, Melanie, who is a personal trainer, and Jason, who is an actor and tap dancer, and two miniature schnauzers, C.K. Dexter-Haven and Little Joe, both of whom (unlike Mel and Jason) still live at home.

Suz is a proud member of PFLAG -- Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. She is also a card-carrying member of the American Civil Liberties Union, the Human Rights Campaign, and MassEquality. A firm believer in civil rights for all people, she has fought hard to bring equal marriage rights to all citizens of her home state, Massachusetts.
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                                      Looking for Billy Haines

A romantic comedy in two acts, with danceFirst performed Off-Broadway: March 25, 2010First published: December, 2018Jamie Hollis, a struggling New York actor, scores an audition for a feature film about Billy Haines, a real life movie star of the 1920s and 30s who gave up his career to stay in an out relationship with his partner. Billy’s story, along with Jamie’s rather vibrant imagination and his three colorful roommates, helps him realize that he needs to make some decisions about his own unsatisfying relationship with a closeted man...Looking for Billy Haines, a play in two acts with dance, opened Off-Broadway in New York on March 25, 2010, at Theatre Row’s Lion Theatre on 42nd Street. It was produced by small or LARGE Productions, and directed by Suzanne Brockmann, with assistance from Ed Gaffney. The script is available in ebook and print from Suzanne Brockmann Books.