Yvonne Crowe


Yvonne Crowe is a successful writer of controversial mystery/thriller novels, many of which are set within Catholicism and the Vatican, as well as standalone novels.
She now has six books published in the Nicolina Fabiani series and an exciting sequel that will change the dynamics between Lina and David is currently being written.
Nicolina Fabiani is an American/Italian Pulitzer Prize Winning investigative journalist who is ably assisted in her adventures by David Baron a Professor of Ancient Languages at the American University in Beirut. David moonlights as a Katsa for Mossad, Israel's Intelligence Service.
Edoardos Guilianini is a Vatican priest who is private secretary to the hugely popular caring Pope Callixtus IV whom the hardliner traditionalists in the Roman Curia want to show the door to.
Join them as they unravel historical secrets in Europe and the Middle East.
Yvonne lives in Auckland, New Zealand and loves to travel to other countries where she gleans many ideas for her novels.

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The Magdalene Conspiracy
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 120,910. Language: English. Published: November 26, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense, Fiction » Religious
Great Airport Book Wow! The sort of book I love and can get my teeth into. Quite a bit of skullduggery, a nasty cardinal, a victim who must be saved, some historical background, an interesting heroine with guts, and her friend, the priest from the Vatican. There's an interesting twist about Jesus' and Mary Magdalene's fates; and the nice idealistic Pope. Robert Benson author
Mobsters' Honor
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 41,220. Language: English. Published: October 3, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire
Most gang bosses have a God complex, but Jovan Vukasin yearns to be James Bond as well. Too bad he doesn't have the right looks, temperament or talent for it. Looking to be alpha dog in London he tangles with a rival gang and heists their diamonds in Tel Aviv. Then to Mali selling illegal arms to homicidal maniacs. Scotland yard worries about a gangwar while God chortles over men's stupidity.
Diamonds That Kill (A Romantic Political Thriller)
Price: Free! Words: 168,440. Language: English. Published: September 20, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller, Fiction » Romance » Suspense
The number of deaths attributed to "conflict" or "blood diamonds" diamond mining is in the millions. Slave labor has always been used to mine those diamonds, the working conditions left the workers dead and maimed. Starting with the mining of the diamonds, this story traces them all the way until they become the jewelry you could have bought and worn. A fiction novel rooted in reality.

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  • Write To Remember on July 30, 2014

    What a heartwarming tribute from a son to his father with whom he obviously had a comfortable relationship and learned so much from. I wonder if he is a mirror image? I suspect so. The author invites the reader to voice their opinion about his writing ability. Without a doubt I say as he brought to life for me the man toiling in his garden to provide for his family; and the teacher, the lover of words. His respect for his parent shows through strongly, yet he also acknowledges his father's charming idiosyncrasies. The keen gardener in his father, and to some extent his mother, evoked memories of the household garden with its fresh flavors which was the norm in my era. No running down to supermarkets to purchase vegetables that had languished in chillers, or fruit that is picked green and ripened in some obscure ways I don't want to think about. Thank you Phil for this salute to your father and bringing him to life for me. Your mother reminds me of my father's mother, a stalwart Scots married to the gentle Irishman who left it to her to run the household of 13 people and bring some semblance of order to it. Yvonne Crowe, author of The Magdalene Conspiracy and The First Madonna.