Candice DeLong is a former FBI profiler and internationally recognized homicide expert. In her twenty-year FBI career, she was frequently at the forefront of some the bureau's most memorable cases, including the Tylenol murders and the Unabomber case. She has tailed terrorists, gone undercover as a gangster's moll, and posed as a madam for a call-girl ring. Her memoir, SPECIAL AGENT: My Life on the Front Lines as a Woman in the FBI was an Amazon bestseller and the basis of a made-for-TV movie as well a weekly TV show. Prior to joining the FBI, DeLong was Head Nurse at Northwestern University's Institute of Psychiatry. Today, DeLong uses her clinical, profiling and investigative skills to explore some of history's most fascinating female killers in DEADLY WOMEN, and a spin-off she created FACING EVIL WITH CANDICE DELONG, in which she goes behind prison walls to talk with convicted killers and explore the factors and motivations behind their crimes.