About the Author

About the Author:   

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Carol Davis Luce writes standalone suspense novels with elements of romance. The “Night” books. After publishing five books through a traditional publisher, she turned independent author with her 2011 suspense novel, Night Widow,  two short story trilogies, and a Historical Fiction, Awakening: Secrets of a Brown Eyed Girl.  

Carol’s first novel, Night Stalker, was also her first sale. “A dandy read,” wrote bestselling author Tony Hillerman. It went into three printings and became the flagship for the sub-genre “Woman in Jeopardy” at Kensington Publishers.

Suspense novels: Night Stalker, Night Prey, Night Hunter, Night Passage, Night Game, Night Widow and new release, Night Cries.
Short-story trilogies: Broken Justice and For Better, For Worse.
Women’s Fiction: Awakening: Secrets of a Brown Eyed Girl. This tough, coming-of-age novel is a fictionalized memoir, loosely based on her childhood.

Carol is one of THE TWELVE. 12 of today’s hottest mystery and thriller writers (all USA Today and New York Times bestselling authors), have 12 complete works in the USA Today & NYT bestselling boxed set: DEADLY DOZEN.

Anthologies and boxed sets:

Deadly Dozen by The Twelve — New York Times and USA Today bestseller (Retired)

Deadly Dozen 2 & 3 The Twelve

Shoot to Thrill: 4 bestselling authors (Retired)

Mortal Crimes 1 & 2: 7 Bestselling authors

Indie Chicks: 25 Women 25 Personal Stories
Ms. Adventures in Travel: Indie Chicks Anthology
50 First Chapters: Indie Chicks Anthology
Interviews with Indie Authors: Tips From Successful Self-Published Authors
The Complete Handbook of Novel Writing: Everything You Need to Know About Creating & Selling Your Work (Writers Digest)

New Release:

Flight 12 a Jessie Night Thriller. #11 in the Flight 12 Begins series.

She lives with her husband Bob, and their psycho cat in Sparks, Nevada.

Visit Carol at:
http://www.caroldavisluce.com

http://www.thetwelveXII.com

http://www.imagerystudios.com/carol

http://www.indiechickscafe

 

14 responses to “About the Author

  1. sonny

    Hi Sis, I think you have a great start here, looks to me all you need is to start blogging.

    sonny

  2. See? Wasn’t so hard, was it?

    Fred

  3. Bob Caress

    Your blogg is very nice and informative…………Glad to see that your new book
    can be dowenloaded to kindle…I only read on kindle….I’ll take a break from Reading History and read a novel entitled “Night Widow”, written by a dear friend of years gone by Carol Davis Luce……

    Say Hi to : Sonny, Lil Abner and Harry… and of course Bob

    Bob Caress

  4. Sonny

    Hi Sis, I am in the process of reading your new book Night Widow , so far it’s very good, expect a full report when I finish.

  5. Eva Douglas

    Since I can’t write at all, I hate to critisize an author who writes so well. I’ve stopped reading authors who are very repetive. “he never met that person before.” “he never saw her before,” etc. For you it is “Why don’t you?” Instead of “you could sit her on the bed with me.” “Why don’t you?’ runs through all your books. I’d love to see some variety and a positive instead of a negative.

    • Holy cow, Eva, you’re very perceptive. I didn’t realize I was using that particular phrase so often in all my books. The worst offender was Stalker, with Passage coming in a close second. From now on, I’ll be aware of it. It’s my crutch phrase and it needs to go. Thx. 🙂

  6. Pingback: Book feature: "Night Stalker" by Carol Davis Luce | Guerrilla Wordfare - Romance eBooks

  7. Just finished Desert Waits, well done! I like your style, have read Broken Justice, Night Game, Night Hunter, and Night Widow and I will continue to search out your books. I’d like an easy format of the order they were written, website perhaps?

  8. Hi Carol, I like this, thanks for posting it on Facebook. I am looking to strat a new website, not sure about my current site.

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