Debbi Mack

Debbi Mack

Debbi Mack is the New York Times bestselling author of the Sam McRae Mystery Series, featuring lawyer-sleuth Stephanie Ann “Sam” McRae. Her series has been praised by critics and authors alike. Debbi is in the process of reissuing all four Sam McRae mysteries under her own imprint, Renegade Press. Debbi’s also published an award-winning young adult novel, "Invisible Me", and a thriller called "The Planck Factor". An early convert to ebook publishing, Debbi thrusted herself into self-publishing on the bleeding edge of the indie author revolution. A Derringer nominee, Debbi has written and published several short stories, many of which are compiled in her anthology "Five Uneasy Pieces". Debbi hosts a podcast called the Crime Cafe where she interviews other crime, suspense, and thriller authors. In June, she launched a Patreon campaign for the podcast, which can be found here: Debbi has also written a feature film screenplay that made the semi-finals in the 2016 Scriptapalooza contest. Her first novel has been optioned by a Maryland producer, and Debbi adapted the novel into the first draft of the screenplay. A die-hard film lover, Debbi also blogs about movies and has published her film reviews as ebooks. Her movie blog is here: Debbi plans to release more movie review compilations, as time and energy allow. A Queens, NY native, Debbi is a retired lawyer and stroke survivor with dystonia, who once worked as a journalist, librarian, and freelance writer/researcher and organized a fundraiser for the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation. She lives in Columbia, MD, with her husband and their cats. Debbi enjoys walking, cats, reading, travel, movies and espresso—not necessarily in that order. You can find Debbi’s blog, the Crime Cafe podcast, online courses, and more at
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