Linda Joffe Hull writes in different genres with a focus on the hidden dangers of suburban life. Her debut novel, The Big Bang, was published by Tyrus Books in 2013. She is also the author of romantic comedies Frog Kisses and Over the Moon and the Mrs. Frugalicious Mystery Series, which includes Eternally 21, Black Thursday, and Sweetheart Deal. Linda's novels as part of the writing team Linda Keir are The Swing of Things and Drowning with Others, which will release on October 1, 2019. Read More about Linda Joffe Hull
Drowning with Others, Linda’s latest book as part of the writing team Linda Keir, will release on October 1, 2019.
“Sinister, sophisticated, and elegantly structured, Drowning with Others is a landmine of suspense, long-held secrets, hidden histories, and haunting manipulation. When everyone has a secret, can the perfect family survive it? What a riveting and original story! I could not turn the pages fast enough.”
~Hank Phillippi Ryan, nationally bestselling author of Trust Me
Praise for The Big Bang
Hull’s satisfying debut explores the McMansions of Melody Mountain Ranch, a planned suburb where eating disorders, lesbian affairs, and a coven of teenage witches are just a few of the outrageous secrets hiding behind the idyllic facades. Hull deftly handles a multitude of complicated characters and brings about a conclusion that will leave readers suitably scandalized.
Praise for the Mrs. Frugalicious Mysteries
Shopping mysteries are a definite trend in the cozy world, and Hull’s series plays the theme for all it’s worth. Recommend Maddie Michaels’ adventures to readers of Elaine Viets Mystery Shopper series and Josie Belle’s Good Buy Girls.
Praise for Frog Kisses
Frog Kisses has everything—humor, pathos, romance, and wisdom. It’s a rare book that can make you laugh out loud on one page and cry on the next, and tie it all up with a happy ending. I highly recommend you check out Linda Joffe Hull’s latest!
—Jessica Lourey, author of the Murder-by-Month mysteries
Praise for The Swing of Things
…the novel offers complex and vividly realized characters and a thought-provoking portrayal of where taking relationships for granted can lead. Excellent domestic drama with elements of psychological suspense that evoke Gone Girl.
—Booklist (starred review)