Phoef Sutton is a novelist, playwright, TV producer and screenwriter who was born in Washington D.C., grew up in Virginia and has lived in California for longer than he can remember. He won two Emmys and a Golden Globe for his work on the classic TV series Cheers and a Peabody and a GLAAD award for Boston Legal. He also wrote for the cult hit Terriers. He divides his time between writing, watching Turner Classic Movies and going to baseball games with his wife Dawn and his daughters, Skylar and Celia. His novels include the thriller Crush, the horror tales The Dead Man: Midnight Special and The Dead Man: Reborn, and Wicked Charms, which he co-authored with Janet Evanovich. He lives in South Pasadena, California and Vinalhaven, Maine."