by Wendy Corsi Staub My new psychological suspense novel, BONE WHITE (HarperCollins) hits store shelves this week, and I’m hoping my Florida readers near The Villages will come see me at 7 p.m. tonight at Barnes and Noble on Lake Sumter Market Square, 1055 Old Camp Road. With every release, I tend to reflect over… Read More
New York Times bestseller Wendy Corsi Staub is the
award-winning author of more than eighty novels, best known
for the single title psychological suspense novels she
writes under her own name. Those novels and the
women's fiction she writes under the pseudonym Wendy
Markham have frequently appeared on the USA Today,
Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Bookscan bestseller lists.
In 2015, Wendy published three new novels: THE BLACK WIDOW, which concluded her cyber predator suspense
trilogy for HarperCollins; BLOOD RED, which
launchedMundy's Landing, a psychological
suspense trilogy for HarperCollins; and NINE LIVES, which launchedLily Dale, a cozy mystery series for Crooked Lane. Her Wendy
Markham novel HELLO, IT'S ME made its television
premiere on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel starring
Kellie Martin and Kavan Smith.
A two-time finalist for the prestigious Simon and Schuster
Mary Higgins Clark Award, she's won the 2008 RT Award
for Career Achievement in Suspense, the 2007 RWA-NYC Golden
Apple Award for Lifetime Achievement, an RWA Rita award, and
five WLA Washington Irving Prizes for Fiction.
She previously published a dozen adult suspense novels with
Kensington Books as well as the acclaimed young adult series
LILY DALE with Walker/Bloomsbury. Earlier in her career, she
published in a broad range of genres under her own name and
various pseudonyms, and has co-authored and ghostwritten for
a number of celebrities.
Wendy lives in the New York City suburbs with her husband
and sons. A vocal and active supporter of Relay for Life,
Support Connection, and the American Cancer Society, she was
a 2012 Ovarian Cancer Awareness month national spokesperson
for the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation, and was a
featured speaker at the Katonah-Lewisboro
Relay for Life. As an animal rights advocate, she fosters
for various rescue organizations in the metropolitan area.
Some months are all about new books or the start of a new series. Others are about continuing the pleasure of a favorite saga. October 2016 is that kind of month with sixteen new installments to some of your favorite series. Alexa Aston unveils Word of Honor, Book 3 in her Knights of Valor Series…. Read More
I’ve always thought of romantic suspense as being akin to having one’s cake and eating it too. And if I had any doubts about that, a trio of new novels set in small towns and out this month would put them to rest. The Queen of Small Town Thrillers Shiloh Walker starts off August with… Read More
One of the most frequent questions I get from readers is “Have any of your books ever been turned into movies?” At last, after twenty-three years and eighty novels, I get to answer that with a resounding yes! My romance HELLO IT’S ME premiered a few weeks ago as a Hallmark Movies & Mysteries television… Read More
I recently finished reading the Hot Thriller of the moment—the book everyone’s been talking about, this year’s (Insert Title of Last Year’s Hot Thriller). I so loved everything about it—the writing, the premise, the characters, even the decidedly unlovable protagonist. And then I got to the Big Twist. You know—the Big Twist that’s been the… Read More
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