Randy Susan Meyers

Randy Susan Meyers' novels are informed by her work with families impacted by emotional and family violence—and a long journey from idolizing bad boys to loving a good man. After years working in social service and criminal justice, Meyers published her first novel, The Murderer’s Daughters—a story of the aftermath of domestic violence. Her fourth novel, The Widow of Wall Street releases April 11, 2017. Meyers and her husband live in Boston, where she teaches writing at Grub Street Writer’s Center in Boston. Her novels have twice been chosen by the Massachusetts Center for the Book as “Must Read Fiction.”

How the UJA Saved My Life

Money, Me, and The Widow of Wall Street

How Wives Pay for Their Husbands' Crimes


Randy Susan Meyers's most recent book, The Comfort of Lies, is now available. She is also the author of The Murderer’s Daughters, a finalist for the Massachusetts Book Award.

Collective Guilt vs. Collective Fear

Collective Guilt vs. Collective Fear: Ordinary German Citizens During WWII

Collective Guilt vs. Collective Fear: Shame, Truth, and Reconciliation