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Taylor Stevens

Born into the Children of God, raised in communes across the globe, and denied an education beyond the sixth grade, Taylor Stevens broke free of the cult in order to follow hope and a vague idea of what possibilities lay beyond. She now lives in Texas.

Genres: Thriller, Mystery
Anthony Awards Best First Novel nominee (2012) : The Informationist
Barry Awards Best First Novel winner (2012) : The Informationist
Barry Awards Best Thriller nominee (2014) : The Doll
Barry Awards Best Thriller winner (2016) : The Mask

Taylor Stevens recommends
Die Again Tomorrow (2015)
Kira Peikoff
"Really scary and scarily real."
Nothing Short of Dying (2016)
(Clyde Barr, book 1)
Erik Storey
"Grandly cinematic…What makes Clyde Barr great isn’t just that he’s haunted, driven, and lethal, but that he’s paired with a strong, independent, and capable woman who refuses to be a victim—Allie Martin is exactly my kind of gal. Together, they make a modern-day ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ out for their own kind of justice."
Save Me from Dangerous Men (2019)
(Nikki Griffin, book 1)
S A Lelchuk
"Pulses with daring and risk. Nikki Griffin, bookseller by day and private investigator by night, takes on men who hurt women and makes them sorry. Calm, complex, lethal, and fascinating, she’s the revenge fantasy you want right now."

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