“About Full Force: First Novels from the World of Iniquus Romantic Suspense Mystery Thrillers:
USA Today Best Selling Author Fiona Quinn
writes smart, sexy, suspense in the World of Iniquus where ex-special forces security teams live, work, and love in a tightly knit family.
Here are the first novels from the first five Iniquus Series:
Weakest Lynx – the Lynx Series
What she wanted was a simple life. What she got was simply terrifying.
A madman forces his way into Lexi’s home.
Her survival means she is the only one who can identify the stalker. Lexi becomes the critical witness who holds the key to stopping the serial killer, terrifying Washington families.
Striker Rheas, an ex-Navy SEAL, and his team of expert operators are charged with protecting Lexi.
Striker knows Lexi is keeping secrets and protecting her is not going to be an easy task if he’s missing vital information, and losing his heart to her.
With her psychic antennae tuned in, time is running out.
WASP – Uncommon Enemies
Zoe knows the secrets, now they’re coming for her.
The enemy will stop at nothing to get to Zoe and the military secrets that could change everything. What Zoe knows is getting people killed. Is she next?
Gage is a hardened Marine special forces operative with only one soft spot: Zoe.
Her desperate screams echoing from inside her home switch his instincts from lover to guardian. To keep America safe, to protect the love of his life, Gage is coming full throttle.
Take a thrill ride, weaving through an intricate plot that puts Zoe’s scientific mind and Gage’s battle-hardened skills to the test. With the safety of the US at stake.
In Too DEEP – Strike Force
Sometimes Trust Can Get You Killed
Retired Marine Special Operator Deep Del Toro watched the newscaster play the video of the woman he loves fighting off the FBI agent and escaping from a murder scene the night before. Now, Lacey’s turning herself over to the police. What Deep’s practiced eye saw in the video was a highly-choreographed crime. But somehow Lacey had thwarted the professionals’ plans.
She is in imminent danger.
Enmeshed in a mystery that includes the FBI, the CIA, and a tangle of interconnected international crimes, Deep and Lacey work to discover who plays the good guy and who plays the bad guy in a gray world where right and wrong easily overlap.
Lives depend on them.
Mine – A Kate Hamilton Mystery Novella
A sleepy town in southwest Virginia wakes up to a nightmare of untimely deaths.
Not safe at home in Boston, science teacher Kate Hamilton seeks refuge in the small Virginia town where she was born and raised.
Scarborough is no longer the bucolic village that she remembered. Pleasantries are only skin deep as big city issues and the politics of the world roil just under the surface.
A string of untimely deaths has the whole town grieving.
Kate is determined to solve the puzzle and save lives, especially her own.
Open Secret – FBI Joint Task Force
280 characters can destroy a nation.
Avery Goodyear, a romance editor from the suburbs, becomes a player in an international game of psychological warfare.
Russia is playing mind games.
The FBI watches the attacks unfold in real time. The enemy’s strategy: win hearts and minds to destroy American unity. The FBI focuses their secret weapon, ex-Army Ranger Rowan Kennedy, at the crisis. With a PhD in propaganda, Kennedy risks his life to expose the wealthy oligarchs and high-powered schemers threatening our way of life, and to protect Avery.
Targeted Age Group: 18-50
Written by: Fiona Quinn
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I have a philosophy. Actually, I have many philosophies and am glad to, with very little encouragement, wax poetic on any one of them. Subjects I know about, subjects I know nothing about -I’m an equal opportunity philosophizer.
One of my favorite philosophies is that education should be a life-long endeavor and should look like a toolbox.
You’d think this image was pretty funny if you knew me. I am awkward at best if you put a tool in my hand. That’s not to say that I wouldn’t give it a go. It’s just to say it might not be the most graceful display that you’ve ever seen.
Living life directed by the Toolbox Philosophy means I’m acquiring new skills so that whatever life hands me, I have something at the ready to tackle the projects or emergencies that arise, and it explains a lot about my resume.
I’m world traveled; I’ve ridden camels across Egypt, an elephant in Prague, and eaten horse in Moscow (sure wish I had Google Translate back then!) I’ve danced the jig in an Irish castle, hula-ed in O’ahu, and did some weird techno thingy in East Berlin (when there was still a wall).
I have degrees out the yin-yang. I have B.A.s in History, Foreign Language, Psychology, (almost Art History), and an M.S. in Counseling from the Medical College of Virginia. I’m a Reiki Master/Teacher and Second Dan Tae Kwon Do Black Belt qualified. I am a certified archery instructor and shoot my Springfield 9mm in a very Zen fashion with much deep breathing and bulls-eye accuracy.
I’ve restored an 1887 shotgun house and successfully trained a medical alert service dog for my daughter who has Type 1 diabetes.
My paid jobs have been as far reaching as being a governess and model in France to bridal florist. Marketing for the symphony to suicide/homicide intervention for the court system (although those might be closer together than farther apart). I’ve even been paid to scream – but that’s a different story for another day.
Right now I’m writing a book series: one part romance, two parts suspense, with a twist. As I read that over, it sounds like the recipe for a cocktail. I promise you, this is no Happy Hour. Of course my heroine was raised as an unschooler under the Toolbox Philosophy. She’s a pretty cool chick. I’m having tons of fun!
Canadian born, I am now rooted in the Old Dominion outside of D.C. with my husband and children. I homeschool, pop chocolates, devour books, and tap continuously on my laptop.
I use my background to volunteer and give back to my community
CERT – Community Emergency Response Team/FEMA
Medical Reserve Corps – mental health support
PSAR – Search and Rescue
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