MacKenzie got her bachelor’s degree from Fordham University, where she worked on a campus political journal. She’s been writing and editing ever since. When she’s not working her way through an ever-growing list of psychological thrillers, she spends her free time binging true crime podcasts, haphazardly learning to cook, and running along the Hudson River.
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