Order of S.D. Tooley Books
S.D. Tooley is an American novelist of paranormal mystery and fantasy novels. She writes the Sam Casey series and the Chase Dagger series (as Lee Driver). Sandra was raised near Chicago, Illinois and lives in Northwest Indiana. In her teens, she read Nancy Drew books like any young lady at the time, but later grew to love the works of Stephen King, Dean Koontz and James Patterson – all of whom she considers strong influences. Besides being an author, Sandra has also been a car salesman, sales assistant, administrative assistant, seminar coordinator and a casino dealer.
S.D. Tooley became a published author in 1999, when she published the novels When the Dead Speak and The Good Die Twice (as Lee Driver). Below is a list of S.D. Tooley’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Sam Casey Books
|When the Dead Speak||(1999)|
|Nothing Else Matters||(2000)|
|Echoes from the Grave||(2007)|
|What Lies Within||(2010)|
Publication Order of Chase Dagger Books
|The Good Die Twice||(1999)|
|Full Moon, Bloody Moon||(2000)|
Publication Order of Remy & Roadkill Books
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Notes: The Chase Dagger series is written as Lee Driver. The collection Mysteries to Die For contains stories written as both S.D. Tooley and Lee Driver.
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S.D. Tooley Synopsis: The Skull is a middle-grade mystery novels by S.D. Tooley, and is the first in the Remy and Roadkill series. Three 13-year-olds try out their crime scene investigator hates to reveal a town’s well-hidden secret. To help practice facial reconstruction, Remy finds a monkey skull for purchase at an estate sale. Curious how the animal died, she enlists the aid of the school’s outcast — a teen with a strange fascination with dead animals. They team up with a runaway and together take a job in the mansion’s library. But they have more than shelving books on their minds, because when Remy completed her reconstruction, she discovered that the skull wasn’t from an animal. There are others who know the skull is not that of a monkey, but a human. And there is one person who will stop at nothing to keep its identity from becoming known.