Wendy Markham

Wendy Markham

Wendy Markham is a pseudonym for award-winning New York Times bestselling author Wendy Corsi Staub, who has published nearly eighty novels during a career that spans two decades. Best known for the suspense novels she publishes under her her own name, she has also published twenty novels under the USA Today bestselling Markham pseudonym including this month’s IF ONLY IN MY DREAMS (Montlake, 10/13), which marks the digital debut of a Christmas Time Travel romance originally published in 2006 by NAL Signet. Her latest suspense title, THE GOOD SISTER (HarperCollins, 10/13), launches a trio of social networking suburban noir thrillers and was optioned by Fox Studios. Wendy was a 2011 and 2013 finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Past honors include an RWA Rita award, five Washington Irvings, the RWA-NYC Golden Apple for Lifetime Achievement, and the RT Bookreviews Career Achievement Award in Suspense. She was recognized as one of WLA's Millennial Authors in 2000. Her Wendy Markham novel SLIGHTLY SINGLE was named one of Waldenbooks' 100 Best Fiction titles of 2002. Her novels SLIGHTLY SUBURBAN, THE LAST TO KNOW, and ASK ME AGAIN were nominated for RT Reviewers Choice awards, and five of her novels, DON'T SCREAM; THE LAST TO KNOW; MIKE, MIKE AND ME; HELLO, IT'S ME; and BRIDE NEEDS GROOM, were awarded a month's top pick review by the RT BOOK club magazine. Her work has been translated into more than a dozen languages worldwide and her titles are regularly selected as features for Mystery Guild, Literary Guild, Doubleday Book Club, Large Print Book Club, and Rhapsody Book Club. She lives in the New York City suburbs with her husband of 22 years and their sons.

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