Category Archives: suspense

April 28

IWIC Book Spotlight on “Betrayed” – an historical WWII thriller

Berlin 1935 When her best friend, Rachel, is killed, Sabine is sure her brother Otto will soon find the murderer. A policeman inside the Regime, Otto has difficulty hiding his animosity to the Nazis, but even he is worried about Sabine’s relationship with Rachel’s brother, Ari, especially when Rachel’s death brings them closer together. But […]

April 27

IWIC Author Spotlight on Carole McEntee-Taylor – author of “Betrayed” an historical WWII thriller!

IWIC: Tell us about yourself. Carole: I live in North Lincolnshire with my husband David now but was born in Hadleigh, Essex. My parents both loved books, my father read detective, adventure and espionage stories while my mother read historical fiction and romance, so I grew up with a passion for reading most genres and […]

April 27

IWIC Author Spotlight on Diane Merrill Wigginton – author of The Jeweled Dagger historical romance series

IWIC: Tell us about yourself. Diane: I write under my current name, Diane Merrill Wigginton. In school I was known as Diane Fraiser, because at fifteen I was adopted by my step-father, Alvin Fraiser, from Yazoo City, Mississippi. I wasn’t close to my real father growing up because he had another family he was raising […]

April 11

IWIC Book Spotlight on The Diary of Harri Foxx by Sue Lloyd

Get your copy HERE Read more about The Diary of Harri Foxx HERE

April 10

IWIC’s Author Spotlight on William Beck, author of the Bryson McGann action novels

IWIC: Tell us about yourself. William: I reside in Nashville, Tennessee with my wife, Rebecca. When I am not writing, I can often be found in some of my favorite haunts; Florida, New England and North Carolina, spending time with family and friends. I have what I consider to be an intriguing list of interests. A […]

April 06

IWIC Book Review: The Catskinner – by Ross Clarke (pen-name rcheydn) “… on a par with Ken Follett … highly recommended.”

The Catskinner, by Ross Clarke, (pen-name rcheydn) is a novel on a par with Ken Follett. In this story, Hong Kong is on the cusp of passing legislation that will change the course of its history, as the thriving metropolis, built on trade, capitalism and democracy for over a century, now faces a change of guard […]

April 02

IWIC Book Spotlight on The Catskinner by author Ross Clarke (pen-name rcheydn)

June 30, 1997: The date is forever fixed in the memory of Hong Kong people. It was on that singular Monday that Britain handed the Crown Colony over to the People’s Republic of China. The decision-making process leading to the change of sovereignty was often referred to as the Three Legged Stool. But serious doubts were […]

April 01

IWIC’s Author Spotlight on Ross Clarke, author of The Catskinner

Today we interview Ross Clarke, author, journalist and public relations adviser. IWIC: Tell us about yourself. Ross: My name is Ross Clarke however I write under the pen-name “Rcheydn” which doesn’t confine me to a single genre of writing. I worked as a journalist for newspapers and magazines throughout Europe, Australia and the Far East […]

February 21

IWIC Book Review of A Farmhouse in the Rain by Joe Kilgore

A Farmhouse in the Rain, by Joe Kilgore, is unquestionably a five star piece of writing. A story about dreams, aspirations, love, war, unbroken romance and the darker side of human vengeance and cowardly and debased criminality. It is a novel that has it all – appealing to the human spirit on every level. The […]

February 17

IWIC Book Review of Things that go bump in the Night: Here there be Monsters

Our latest book review features Things that go bump in the Night: Here there be Monsters, by author Wilson Jackson. We gave it four stars. Enjoy the read. Things that go bump in the Night: Here there be Monsters, by Wilson Jackson, is a classic suspense horror thriller. We don’t want to tip any cards […]