The Last Circle book is a true life tour-de-force through the labyrinth of institutionalized crime in the United States during the past 28 years.
In the mid-1990’s Seymour became a licensed private detective and in 1997 moved to San Diego County where she worked in the field of security for defense contractors requiring DOD security clearances. She subsequently went to work as security site supervisor of four Intel Corporation research and development facilities in Southern California where she gained experience in protection of computer technology development.
Seymour retired in 2006 to continue writing non-fiction books and lives with her husband of thirty-years in San Diego County. She is currently completing a non-fiction book entitled, “The Coup” about the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995. Her previously published works include the book “Committee of the States, Inside the Radical Right” in 1991.