Order of Wendy Hornsby Books
Wendy Hornsby is an American author of mystery novels. She is best known for her Maggie MacGowen series. Wendy had always been interested in writing from a young age and found some success when she won a local contest for writing the best essay. Years later, she attended UCLA where she majored in History, due to the fact that it has all the romance, adventure and mystery that you can find in fiction. Immediately after passing her Master’s exams at CSULB, Wendy was hired as an adjunct professor at Long Beach City College. She spent the next decades teaching, studying and writing.
Wendy Hornsby became a published author in 1987 with her novel No Harm. Below is a list of Wendy Hornsby’s books in order of when they were first released:
Publication Order of Kate Teague Books
Publication Order of Maggie MacGowen Books
|77th Street Requiem||(1995)|
|A Hard Light||(1997)|
|In the Guise of Mercy||(2009)|
|The Paramour's Daughter||(2010)|
|The Color of Light||(2014)|
|Disturbing the Dark||(2016)|
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Notes: Ten Tales also has stories by Neal Barrett, Jr. and Richard Laymon.
Shaken also has stories by Brett Battles, Cara Black, Dale Furutani, Timothy Hallinan, Naomi Hirahara, Debbi Mack, I.J. Parker, Gary Phillips and C.J. West.
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Wendy Hornsby Synopsis: No Harm by Wendy Hornsby is her first of two Kate Teague novels. Following the murder of Kate Teague’s mother, a crowd has turned out for her funeral. It’s not because they loved her — nobody did – but simply out of curiosity. This town has never seen a murder so brutal. The police suspect a mugging gone wrong and begin searching for drug addicts. But that can’t be the case once they find her purse – full of cash and cards. The purse surfaced on the beach of Kate’s family home three days after the attack, which means the murderer is nearby — and heiress Kate appears to be the next target. After the first attempt on her life fails, Kate starts her own investigation. Everyone in town had a reason to hate her mother, but why would anybody try to kill Kate Teague?