TUESDAY 8TH MARCH 2022 Chichester novelist, Suzanne Fortin, has won the Jackie Collins Award for Romantic Thrillers with her novel, All That We Have Lost, for the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s annual Romantic Novel Awards for 2022. The awards celebrate excellence in romantic fiction in all its forms.
Suzanne writes historical fiction, predominantly dual timeline and set in France. Her books feature courageous women in extraordinary circumstances with love and family at the heart of all her stories. She also writes mystery and suspense as Sue Fortin where she is a USA Today bestseller and Amazon UK #1 bestseller. She has sold over a million copies of her books and been translated into multiple languages.
She commented, “I’m absolutely delighted to win the Jackie Collins Romantic Thriller award, especially with such a strong field of shortlistees. I’m equally delighted that the sub-genre of romantic suspense is championed by both the RNA and Simon & Schuster so well.”
ALL THAT WE HAVE LOST BOOK BLURB (Publisher: Aria Fiction)
2019. After the death of her husband, Imogen Wren finds a beautiful abandoned chateau and starts to rebuild her life among its ruins. But a dark web of secrets surrounds the house, and it all seems to centre on the war …
1944. Simone Varon’s sole aim in life is to avoid the German troops stationed in her village. That is until one soldier befriends her and she gets to know the man behind the uniform. Then the Resistance comes calling and she must choose between love and duty – with devastating consequences that will echo through the decades.
As Imogen restores the chateau, she’s determined to uncover the truth – and set to rest the ghosts of the past.
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