The book of Susanna is a story that was added to the book of Daniel, evidently when the latter was translated into Greek. The book tells how the beautiful and virtuous Susanna, falsely charged with adultery, is cleared by the wisdom and courage of Daniel.
Outline of Contents
Two wicked judges attempt to seduce Susanna 1–27
Susanna is condemned to death 28–41
Daniel rescues Susanna and the judges are condemned to death 42–64