Susie Steiner: Journalist and Author of Acclaimed British Crime Novels

From a New York Times obit by Alex Williams headlined “Susie Steiner, Author of Acclaimed British Crime Novels, Dies at 51”:

Susie Steiner, the author of the critically acclaimed Manon Bradshaw detective novels, who was declared legally blind from a rare disease months before she sold her first book, died on July 2 in London.

While Ms. Steiner’s run as a detective writer lasted only four years and three books, starting with “Missing, Presumed” in 2016, her impact was substantial, Sarah Ballard, her London-based agent, said. The book became a best seller in her native Britain and sold some 700,000 copies worldwide.