David Wind loves to write Sci-Fi Fantasy and Suspense Thrillers and has published thirty-five novels. He lives and writes in a small village outside NYC, and shares his house with his wife, Bonnie and dog Alfie. When he’s not writing, he’s either cooking, researching or meeting his readers via social media.
David’s novel, Angels In Mourning won the Amazon Reader’s Choice Book Award for book of the month. Queen of Knights, a historical Fantasy, reached #2 on the Amazon Historical Fantasy and Medieval Fantasy best seller lists. His 36th novel and the first in a series, Born To Magic, will be released in February 2015.
Welcome to Nevaeh: a world where technology no longer exists, but magic does.
Long ago, a mythical nation known as ‘America’ died in the violence and radiation of the terrorist wars. Now their descendants dwell in a world of ritual and magic where ten dominions struggle for supremacy while a dark power rises to threaten them all. In Nevaeh, where men are blessed with great strength and women have both strength and psychic abilities, one woman has been chosen to be Nevaeh’s savior, Areenna—the only daughter of the King of Freemorn.
Barely eighteen, Areenna’s psychic abilities—her magic— are already stronger than that of most women. But when Areenna is called to The Island, a place where all women of psychic power must go, but from where only some return, she soon learns the fate of her world is in her hands. Accompanied by Mikaal, the son of the High King of Nevaeh, the two undertake a perilous journey to a place of great power, in an effort to save Nevaeh from the oncoming darkness, and these dark and evil forces will do everything in their power to stop Areenna from reaching her destination. Areenna’s journey is filled with unimaginable dangers as they cross through three of Nevaeh’s ten dominions, and through the haunted wastelands and badlands filled with the mutated survivors of the nuclear holocaust to fight their way to what will either claim both their lives or give them the powers to save their world.
“THE CURED is brilliant – I couldn’t put it down. What a cracking ending – one of the best suspense-thrillers I’ve ever read.” —Anna Jacobs, best selling author of Heir to Greyladies and In Search of Hope
When over 4000 people world-wide die after taking a cure for cancer, the drug is recalled. But the questions kept coming. Was it contamination? Was it sabotage? Or, was it outright murder by an insane research scientist in retaliation against the pharmaceutical giant he works for and to avenge the death of his wife?
Gwendolyn of Kildrake, a woman born with mystical powers and Miles DeLong one of England’s mightiest knightsbattle across the world to the Holy Land. Betrayed by another knight, Miles is imprisoned by the mighty Saladin. It takes all her mystical powers for Gwendolyn, in the guise of Sir Eldwin of Radstock, to lead the fight through the bloody Crusades and into to the very Court of Saladin.
Science Fiction Grand Master Andre Norton said of queen Of Knights, “Historical fiction and fantasy… Outstanding!”
…”It takes a lot for a work of fiction to impress me but Angels did just that. David Wind has much respect for his readers and it shows.” — Kelly Davis, reviewer, bookideas.com
Can a dead man tell a tale?
Early one morning, investigator Gabe Storm is summoned to an apartment by the NYPD. Storm learns his best friend, Scotty Granger, a Broadway producer, is dead. Police suggest Granger died in a botched burglary attempt. Unwilling to accept the NYPD’s take on the murder, Storm pursues the illusive killer into the underbelly of Broadway’s high finance, the dangerous world of pimps and gangsters and through the halls of the U.S. Senate where he learns how even a dead man cannot keep a secret.