Erica Spindler Books

Erica Spindler is American and New York Times bestselling author of romantic thrillers. She was born and raised Rockford, Illinois. Her skill for crafting captivating plots and fantastic characters has earned her worldwide recognition and thousands of fans. Erica loves meeting and interacting with her greatest fans both online and in person. She has an optimistic spirit, wicked sense of humor and loves chocolate, coffee, and red wine.

Order of The Lightkeepers Series

# Read Title Published
1 The Final Seven 2016
2 Triple Six 2016

Order of The Malones Series

# Read Title Published
1 Bone Cold 2001

Order of Stacy Killian Series

# Read Title Published
1 See Jane Die 2004
2 Killer Takes All 2005
3 Last Known Victim 2007
4 Watch Me Die 2011

Order of Kitt Lundgren Series

# Read Title Published
1 Copycat 2000
2 Breakneck 2008

Order of Opposites Attract Series

# Read Title Published
1 Chances Are 1989
2 Read Between the Lines 1989
3 Rhyme or Reason 1990
4 Wishing Moon 1991
5 Tempting Chance 1993

Order of Blossoms of the South Series

# Read Title Published
1 A Winter's Rose 1993
2 Night Jasmine 1993
3 Magnolia Dawn 1993

Order of Erica Spindler Standalone Novels

# Read Title Published
1 Heaven Sent 1988
2 Longer Than... 1991
3 Baby Mine 1992
4 Baby, Come Back 1994
5 Red 1995
6 Slow Heat 1995
7 Forbidden Fruit 1996
8 Fortune 1997
9 Shocking Pink 1998
10 Cause for Alarm 1999
11 All Fall Down 2000
12 Dead Run 2002
13 In Silence 2003
14 Blood Vines 2010
15 Justice for Sara 2013
16 Don't Look Back 2013
17 The First Wife 2015
18 The Other Girl 2017

Anthologies/Collaborations

# Read Title Published
1 The Chopin Manuscript 2007
2 Slices of Night 2011
3 Storm Season 2012
Print: Print PDF

The author has written over 20 standalone novels and three book series. Blossoms of the South trilogy began publication in 1992 when the series debut A Winters Rose was published. The second and third books are Magnolia Dawn (1993) and Night Jasmine (1993). Erica’s second books series Stacy Killian made its first appearance in the publishing world in 2004 when See Jane Die was published. The second novel in the series is Killer Takes All issued in 2005. The author’s third book series is Kitt Lundgren consisting of Copycat (2006) and Breakneck (2008).

ERICA SPINDLER AWARDS

Several of Erica Spindler novels have been a finalist and top picks in various categories. Blood Vines was a finalist for the 2011 Rita Award for the category of Novel with Strong Romantic Elements. Additionally, The First Wife appeared in 2015 Audio File Starred Review. Justice for Sara was the finalist during Rita Award for Romantic Suspense category in 2014. Subsequently, the same novel was a Top Pick in RT Book Reviews in 2013.

BEST ERICA SPINDLER BOOKS

These are three best books by Erica Spindler, Bone Cold (2001) , Killer Takes All, and Blood Vines (2010).

Bone Cold: Over two decades ago, 23 years to be exact, Anna North survived a nightmare she lives to tell. A madman kidnapped her and vanished away with her pinkie. Today she resides in New Orleans, authoring dark thrillers using a pseudonym and she finally feels safe.

Suddenly, her quiet life soon takes one frightening turn; she starts receiving letters from unknown disturbed fan. Anna is stalked, followed, her house broken into, and then a close friend disappears. With nowhere to run or hide, she seeks aid from Detective Malone, but Malone’s seems distracted with recent killing of two ladies in the Vieux Carre, (French Quarter). However, after a third body is found- a red head just like Anna, and her pinkie severed- Detective Malone is forced to agree that Anna is his only possible link to the killer and she could be the next victim on the murderer’s list. Now Anna must confront her horrifying truth regarding her past and do whatever it takes to avoid being sent feet underground.

Bone Cold is the first book in The Malones series that will grab your attention and keep you hooked for the entire 480 pages. This intriguing novel will almost get you biting your nails, the plot and character development are quite fascinating.

Killer Takes All: The White Rabbit gesticulates you to follow him, deep down to his rabbit hole then into his world. He is a trickster; deceiver, and you won’t realize what a lie is and what truth is. What he does is that he aim to make you the best, then beat you and then you die.

The life of the retired homicide detective Stacy Killian turns upside down when her friend is brutally murdered. She doesn’t trust Spencer Malone the homicide detective tasked with the case, but rather instead she is forced to return the investigative role she had once abandoned.

Investigations lead Spencer and Stacy to the White Rabbit, a sect excellent role playing game. The game is violent dark as well as addictive.

Blood Vines: Alexander Clarkson darkest nightmares are almost coming true, an evil hooded figure. When Alex begins having visions filled with ceremonial images and blood, she tries to find a logical explanation, but she thinks that her mind is playing some tricks on her. However, when her mother commits suicide without leaving any information behind, Alex begins worrying and asking questions of her childhood.

Detective Daniel Reed happens to be the last person to speak to Alex mother, and his revelation to Alex is truly shocking. 25 years ago, Patsy- Alex mother was married to Harlan Sommer, a prominent Vintners in Sonoma County. Unfortunately, their marriage did not last after their boy child disappeared without a single trace. When a dead child remains are discovered in a vineyard in Sonoma, Daniel is called in to investigate. Both Daniel and Alex wonder whether if the bones could be that of her baby brother. Searching for answers, Alex accompanies Detective Daniel to Sonoma and no sooner as she arrives than she is drawn into a quest for a deadly killer.