Danielle Singleton: Biography
Danielle Singleton is the American author of mystery thrillers, including the bestselling Safe & Sound, The Enemy Within and Secrets of the Deep. She has been described as a female James Patterson as she is already turning out novel after novel with extremely fast-paced and dramatic plotlines.
Singleton wrote her first novel, Safe & Sound while she was studying at Harvard Law School. This novel tells the story of a woman who travels to Mexico on holiday and ends up being kidnapped by a drug cartel. It is a hostage thriller which was published in 2013 with the help of an independent publishing platform. Singleton has since published five other titles in the same manner.
The Containment Zone, another of Singleton’s novels, is the story of a pandemic which plagues the United States and starts to kill off the population in staggeringly high numbers. The borders of the country are shut down, and nobody is allowed to enter or leave.
Price of Life is arguable Singleton’s most successful novel. When it was released on Amazon.com, it became the best-selling title in the Hispanic-American fiction category. It tells the story of a 13 year old girl who hopes to escape the cartels in her home state of Honduras.
Danielle Singleton lives in Georgia and works as a lawyer full time and writes at the evening and weekends. She uses her legal knowledge and expertise to write realistic and legally accurate thrillers. When she is not working or writing, she enjoys reading, spending time with her nephew, walking her dog and watching sports.