Erica Spindler

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Erica Spindler
Born 1957
Occupation Author

Erica Spindler (born 1957) is a New York Times Best-Selling author, who specializes in romantic thrillers.

Personal life[edit]

Spindler was raised in Rockford, Illinois. She lives with her husband, an advertisement executive, and their two sons in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Spindler had planned on becoming an artist, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Delta State University and an Master of Fine Arts from the University of New Orleans in the visual arts.

In June 1982, while she was in bed with a cold, she picked up a romance novel for relief from daytime television. She was immediately hooked and soon decided to try to write one herself. She leaped from romance to suspense in 1996 with her novel Forbidden Fruit.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Heaven Sent (1987)
  • Chances Are (1989)
  • Read Between the Lines (1989)
  • Rhyme Or Reason (1990)
  • Wishing Moon (1991)
  • Longer Than (1991)
  • Baby Mine (1992)
  • Tempting Chance (1993)
  • Baby, Come Back (1994)
  • Slow Heat (1995)
  • Red (1995)
  • Forbidden Fruit (1996)
  • Fortune (1997)
  • Shocking Pink (1998)
  • Cause for Alarm (1999)
  • All Fall Down (2000)
  • Bone Cold (2001)
  • Dead Run (2002)
  • In Silence (2003)
  • Last Known Victim (2007)
  • Blood Vines (2010)
  • Watch Me Die (2012)
  • Justice for Sara (2013)
  • The First Wife (2015)

Series[edit]

  • Blossoms of the South
    • A Winter's Rose (1992)
    • Magnolia Dawn (1993)
    • Night Jasmine (1993)
  • Stacy Killian
    • See Jane Die (2004)
    • Killer Takes All (2005)
  • Kitt Lundgren
    • Copycat (2006)
    • Breakneck (2008)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erica Spindler's Biography About Erica Spindler