Biography

Wendy Webb

Wendy Webb’s debut, THE TALE OF HALCYON CRANE, was the 2011 winner of the Minnesota Book Award for genre fiction, an Indie Next Pick and a Midwest Connections Pick. Her second, THE FATE OF MERCY ALBAN, duplicated these feats. She splits her time between Minneapolis, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, and Duluth, Minnesota, where she is editor-in-chief of Duluth Superior Magazine.

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Books by Wendy Webb

by Wendy Webb - Fiction, Gothic , Suspense, Thriller

Just as Julia Bishop’s life is collapsing around her, a stranger appears on her doorstep with an intriguing job offer --- he asks Julia to be a companion for his elderly mother, the famous and rather eccentric horror novelist Amaris Sinclair, whom Julia has always admired...and who the whole world thinks is dead. Julia jumps at the chance for a fresh start. But when she arrives at Havenwood, the Sinclairs’ magnificent, centuries-old estate in the middle of the wilderness near Lake Superior, she begins to suspect her too-good-to-be-true job offer is exactly that. 

by Wendy Webb - Fiction
A modern-day haunted house story set on Lake Superior for readers who are craving their next great read after A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES, with long-buried secrets, and a family curse that threatens the future of the heroine’s life.