New Jersey born clinical psychologist Roberta Isleib took up writing golf mysteries to justify time spent on the links. Her first series, featuring a neurotic professional golfer and a sports psychologist, was nominated for both Agatha and Anthony awards.
Roberta's new series starring a Connecticut psychologist and advice columnist will debut in 2007 with Deadly Advice. She has published articles in Women's World of Golf, Golf for Women, Tee Time Magazine, Mystery Scene, and National Golfer. Her short stories have been published in Mysterical-E, Handheldcrime.com, Riptide, and the upcoming Level Best anthology, Seasmoke.
Roberta is the vice president of National Sisters in Crime and the past president of the New England chapter. She lives with her family in Connecticut.