Iris Johansen

Iris Johansen
Born (1938-04-07) April 7, 1938
Occupation novelist
Nationality American
Period 1983 - present
Genre Romance fiction, suspense fiction, crime fiction
Website
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Iris Johansen (born April 7, 1938) is an American author of crime fiction and romance novels.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Bibliography 2
    • Contemporary Romance Novels 2.1
      • The Delaneys 2.1.1
    • Historical romance 2.2
    • The Wind Dancer Trilogy 2.3
    • Featuring Eve Duncan 2.4
    • Featuring Catherine Ling 2.5
    • Stand Alone Novels 2.6
    • With Roy Johansen 2.7
      • Featuring Hannah Bryson 2.7.1
      • Featuring Kendra Michaels 2.7.2
      • Stand Alone 2.7.3
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Biography

Johansen began writing after her children left home for college. She first achieved success in the early 1980s writing category romances. In 1991, Johansen began writing suspense historical romance novels, starting with the publication of The Wind Dancer. In 1996 Johansen switched genres, turning to crime fiction, with which she has had great success. She had seventeen consecutive New York Times bestsellers as of November 2006.[1]

Johansen was born in St Louis Missouri, and lives in Edgar Award-winning screenwriter and novelist. Her daughter, Tamara, serves as her research assistant.

Bibliography

Contemporary Romance Novels

  • Touch the Horizon (1984)
  • Capture the Rainbow (1984)
  • The Trustworthy Redhead (Louis Benoit) (1984)
  • The Golden Valkyrie (1984)
  • White Satin (1985)
  • Blue Velvet (1985)
  • The Forever Dream (1985)
  • Til the End of Time (1987)
  • Everlasting (1986)
  • Always (1986)
  • The Spellbinder (Louis Benoit) (1987)
  • Last Bridge Home (1987)
  • Strong, Hot Winds (1988)
  • Blue Skies and Shining Promises (1988)
  • Man From Half Moon Bay (1988)
  • An Unexpected Song (1990)
  • Tender Savage (1990)
  • Notorious (1990)
  • A Tough Man to Tame (1991)
  • Winter Bride (1992)
  • Star Spangled Bride (1993)
  • And the Desert Blooms (1986)

The Delaneys

  1. York, the Renegade (1986)
  2. Matilda, the Adventuress (1987)
  3. This Fierce Splendor (1989)
  4. Wild Silver (1988)
  5. Satin Ice (1988)

Historical romance

  • The Golden Barbarian (1992)
  • Last Bridge Home (1992)
  • The Tiger Prince (1993)
  • The Magnificent Rogue (1993)
  • The Beloved Scoundrel (1994)
  • Midnight Warrior (1994)
  • Dark Rider (1995)
  • Lion's Bride (1996)
  • The Treasure (2008)

The Wind Dancer Trilogy

  1. The Wind Dancer (1991)
  2. Storm Winds (1991)
  3. Reap the Wind (1991)

Featuring Eve Duncan

  1. The Face of Deception (1998)
  2. The Killing Game (1999)
  3. The Search (2000)
  4. Body of Lies (2002)
  5. Blind Alley (2004)
  6. Countdown (2005)
  7. Stalemate (2006)
  8. Quicksand (2008)
  9. Blood Game (2009)
  10. Eight Days to Live (2010)
  11. Chasing the Night (2010)
  12. Eve (2011)
  13. Quinn (2011)
  14. Bonnie (2011)
  15. Sleep No More (2012)
  16. Taking Eve (2013)
  17. Hunting Eve (2013)
  18. Silencing Eve (2013)
  19. Shadow Play (September 29, 2015)
  20. Hide Away (April 26, 2016)
  21. Night and Day (July 19, 2016)

Featuring Catherine Ling

  1. What Doesn't Kill You (2012)
  2. Live to See Tomorrow (2014)
  3. Your Next Breath (2015)

Stand Alone Novels

  • The Ugly Duckling (1996)
  • Long After Midnight (1997)
  • And Then You Die... (1998)
  • Final Target (2001)
  • No One to Trust (2002)
  • Dead Aim (2003)
  • Fatal Tide (2003)
  • Firestorm (2004)
  • On The Run (2005)
  • Killer Dreams (2006)
  • Pandora's Daughter (2007)
  • Dark Summer (2008)
  • Deadlock (2009)
  • The Perfect Witness (2014)

With Roy Johansen

Featuring Hannah Bryson

  1. Silent Thunder (2008)
  2. Shadow Zone (2010)

Featuring Kendra Michaels

  1. With Open Eyes (2012) [E-book]
  2. Close Your Eyes (2012)
  3. Sight Unseen (2014)
  4. The Naked Eye (2015)

Stand Alone

  • Storm Cycle (2009)

References

External links

  • Iris Johansen Official Website
  • Iris Johansen's 47,000 square foot house in Cartersville, Ga. is listed for sale
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