Author of 70 novels, she has 66 New York Times-bestsellers, juggling the historical romance and thriller genres. Coming from a very artistic family background, Coulter was raised by her mother, a concert pianist, and her father, a singer and painter. Her grandmother, who died at 37, is also a writer. She displayed an inherent talent in writing at an early age, claiming to have written her first two novels at the age of fourteen. While she is taking her undergraduate degree at the University-of-Texas, she wrote poetry and is engaged with the literary events of the university.
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Author of 70 novels, she has 66 New York Times-bestsellers, juggling the historical romance and thriller genres. Coming from a very artistic family background, Coulter was raised by her mother, a concert pianist, and her father, a singer and painter. Her grandmother, who died at 37, is also a writer. She displayed an inherent talent in writing at an early age, claiming to have written her first two novels at the age of fourteen.
While she is taking her undergraduate degree at the University-of-Texas, she wrote poetry and is engaged with the literary events of the university. She also expressed interest in European history and culture. Her fascination the European connected her British writer Georgette Hayer, known for her historical romances and detective fiction stories.
The Regency Series, First Success After finishing her education and amassing knowledge on the life of 19th century Europeans, she decided to write her very first novel that was entitled The Autumn Countess in the year The novel is a romance story staged in a Regency setting.
The novel displayed a vivid picture of the European Regency which is historically accurate and lush with details, capturing the imagination of many readers who wanted to get away from the usual shoddy romances of that time.
She continued the series while she started new lines of stories, all connected under the Regency theme. The latter earned her a spot in the New York Times-bestsellers list, the first among the many more mentions. When Coulter moved from her hometown Texas to San Francisco, California, her interest with the city provoked her to explore its history and culture by mashing up Victorian themes with the history of early San Francisco.
Her exposure to the contemporary romance genre opened up new pathnews to different genres. When her romantic thriller False Pretenses was published on the year , it was met with very positive reviews which led to it being her first hardcover book. False Pretenses also introduced her to the thriller genre, urging her to follow the book up with Impulse , Beyond Eden and Born to Be Wild.
Thrillers and Mainstream Success While it was obvious that Coulter has already achived moderate success with her previous works, mainstream recognition only came to her when she published The Cove the first of the FBI suspense thriller series.
The immense success of the novel led to a slew of yearly releases, most of which were met with praise. Due to the success of her FBI-suspense thriller-series, Coulter is starting another thriller series to be co-written with bestselling writer JT Ellison. A Final Cut, which is the first book in the series, has been released on September of Currently she is living with her husband and her cats, she has three of them, in Marin County, California.
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