Author Kay Hooper writes romance and suspense novels and her novels have reached New York Times bestseller list. Hooper was born in 1958 in the state of California, and after her birth, her family moved to North Carolina where she grew up with her younger brother and sister. Her parents had three kids, of which Kay is the oldest. Once she started college, she found that none of the courses interested her, at least until she started her literature and history courses.
Order of Antiquities Hunters Series
Order of Bethlehem Series
|1||Yours 2 Keep||1999|
Order of Bishop Files Series
Order of Bishop/Special Crimes Unit Series
|2||Hiding in the Shadows||2000|
|3||Out of the Shadows||2000|
|5||Whisper of Evil||2002|
|6||Sense of Evil||2003|
|8||Chill of Fear||2005|
|9||Sleeping with Fear||2006|
|16||Fear the Dark||2015|
|17||Wait for Dark||2017|
Order of Delaneys: The Untamed Years Series
|1||Adelaide, The Enchantress||1987|
|4||The Delaney Christmas Carol||1992|
Order of Hagen Series
|1||The Fall of Lucas Kendrick||1987|
|2||In Serena's Web||1987|
|4||Raven On The Wing||1987|
|8||Shades Of Gray||1988|
|10||It Takes A Thief||1989|
Order of Kay Hooper Standalone Novels
|3||Mask of Passion||1982|
|5||Taken by Storm||1983|
|6||On Wings of Magic||1983|
|8||Kissed by Magic||1983|
|12||Eye of the Beholder||1985|
|13||Larger Than Life||1986|
|14||Belonging to Taylor||1986|
|16||Time After Time||1986|
|17||On Her Doorstep||1986|
|18||Summer of the Unicorn||1988|
|20||The Wizard of Seattle||1993|
|21||The Haunting of Josie||1994|
|28||The Real Thing||2004|
Order of Men of Mysteries Past Series
|1||The Touch Of Max||1993|
|2||Hunting the Wolfe||1993|
|3||The Trouble With Jared||1993|
|4||All For Quinn||1993|
Order of Montana/Trey Fortier Series
Order of Once Upon a Time Series
|2||The Glass Shoe||1989|
|3||What Dreams May Come||1990|
|4||Through the Looking Glass||1990|
|5||The Lady and the Lion||1990|
Order of Pepper Series
Order of Quinn/Thief Series
Order of The Shamrock Trinity Series
|1||Rafe, The Maverick||1986|
It was here that she concentrated on her writing (which she had been interested in doing for a long time). That Christmas she got a typewriter and began work on her first novel (that was later published as “Lady Thief”, a Regency romance novel) that she was able to sell to a publisher in 1980. Her mother was her first personal assistant until she died in the year 2002, and her sister works for her as regional publicist, events coordinator, and business manager. She still lives in the state of North Carolina and fosters kittens and cats for the local pet rescue center that she also serves on the board for. Her house keeps her close to her brother, sister, and father. Hooper lives with some dogs and her cats.
Kay Hooper is a prolific author, having written over sixty novels, mainly novels that are part of a series. She has written “The Once Upon a Time” series, “The Men of Mysteries Past” series, the “Quinn” series, “The Hagen” series, and “Special Crimes Unit/The Bishop” series. Hooper has also written some stand alone novels and some novellas.
KAY HOOPER AWARDS
She has won quite a few awards. Some of the awards she has won include: B. Dalton Award, Bookrak Award, Dorothy Parker Award of Excellence, Reviewer’s International Organization, Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award, and Best Mystery/Suspense.
BEST KAY HOOPER BOOKS
Here are some books that were written by Kay Hooper to check out, if you would like to get into reading her work.
Out of the Shadows: Book three in the “Bishop/ Special Crimes Unit” series, that comes from the “Shadow” trilogy part of the series. A nice town in Tennessee has become a killing field for a monster. Two bodies that were tortured before death are found, while a third person has gone missing. The little evidence that is left behind is baffling. The Sheriff in the town, Miranda Knight decides to enlist Noah Bishop, an FBI profiler to help solve the case, which is something that she swore that she would never do. This is as a result of something that happened years ago to Miranda and her sister by Noah. Catching the killer is going to be vital to Miranda, not to mention personal, as the killer has targeted a member of Miranda’s family to get to her.
Touching Evil: Book four in the “Bishop/ Special Crimes Unit” series, that comes from the “Evil” trilogy part of the series. Maggie Barnes is a police sketch artist in Seattle, and has a gift. She can listen to the crime victims tell their stories and draw a precise, detailed sketch that is quite accurate. Some believe that she enters the minds of the victim (with the use of telepathy). Maggie knows how she does it, but does not tell anyone her techniques. At the same time, a madman is going around blinding women after abducting them. Once he is done with them, they are left barely alive. The cops have one hope left in the case, a victim that is still alive and may recover her vision. Maggie is linked to the killer, but has not told anyone how.
Whisper of Evil: Book five in the “Bishop/ Special Crimes Unit” series, that comes from the “Evil” trilogy part of the series. A killer is on the loose and has already killed three people. The victims are upstanding members of the community in the town of Silence. Each man also harbored a dark secret that was only discovered after they were killed. Nell Gallagher returns after over a decade away with some secrets of her own. She must risk life and limb, not to mention sanity to use her skills as a psychic to help catch this killer. There is also a man that she would like to regain the trust of, after she left him all those years ago.