Biography

Thomas Sanchez

Thomas Sanchez is a descendant of cattlemen dating back four generations in California to the 19th-century Gold Rush. He was born days after his father was killed at the age of 21 in the Battle of Tarawa during World War II. Sanchez’s novels have received numerous honors, and he has been awarded a Guggenheim fellowship and is a Chevalier of France’s Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. Sanchez is also the director of a documentary film, Into the Light, chronicling the life of Jack Garfein, legendary film director and Actors Studio icon, and survivor of 11 concentration camps. Sanchez divides his time between San Francisco, Key West and Paris.

Thomas Sanchez

Books by Thomas Sanchez

by Thomas Sanchez - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

The exotic island city of Key West is being terrorized by horrific murders committed by a mysterious voodoo assassin. With each new kill, it becomes clear that the skeleton-clad executioner has an ecological agenda. Everyone dreads being the killer’s next victim as the clock counts down to the end of hurricane season and the final dramatic explosion of fear and rage.