We're back touring with the B&H Fiction Thriller Tour (details here) and this time it's author from the South....
Robin Caroll's romantic suspense novels have some of my favourite reads in the past twelve months. Deliver Us From Evil is out, Fear No Evil releases next month and In the Shadow of Evil, next year. On top of that, I'm thrilled she has signed for a new series with B&H and can't wait to read more of her fabulous fiction!
What did you do for your 13th birthday?
Went to a wrestling match with my best friend, then out to eat.
Name 3 things you can’t live without
My God, my family and my friends.
What 3 adjectives would your friends/family use to describe your personality?
LOL..Isn't that a loaded question! Um, encouraging, loyal, dependable.
Where did your penchant for anxiety inducing thrillers begin?
I began reading the Trixie Belden series back in 4th Grade.
If you could bring one character to life from your favourite book, who would it be and why?
Mother Abigail from The Stand by Stephen King...because she was such a pure character.
If Micah Taylor, Clay, Lincoln Vailes and Dr Brock McNeil got together, what would they talk about?
God, of course.
What do you think is going to be the best thing about touring with your fellow thriller authors?
I love these 3 authors. They are the best. So I'm looking forward to the fun!
Robin's Fear No Evil releases August, here's a preview
In the wake of a knee injury and the marriage of his best friend, former Great Smoky Mountains park ranger Lincoln Vailes senses God calling him to the bayou town of Eternal Springs, Louisiana, to become a police officer. Recent college graduate and eager social worker Jade Santiago has also moved there from Philadelphia at the urging of her protective brother, Carlos, who arranged a job offer she could not refuse. But if Jade is a complete stranger to the area, why is someone running her car off the road and pointing guns in her direction? As Lincoln investigates her case, he uncovers ties to big-city gang warfare up north that appears to be making its evil way down south.