Authors with Last Names Beginning with "H"
Hake, Cathy Marie
Hake, Kelly Eileen
Hall, James W.
Steffie Hall is a pseudonym for Janet Evanovich used in her early romance novels.
Hamilton, Laurell K.
Hart, Carolyn G.
Hart, Kitty Carlisle
Kitty Carlisle Hart lived in Louisiana in her early days but eventually traveled the world in her career in music, acting, and the big screen to become a highly respected celebrity.
Hatcher, Robin Lee
Henderson, Lois T.
Eleanor Hibbert was an English author writing in many genera using different pseudonyms for each. Victoria Holt was her pen name for Gothic romances and Jean Plaidy was used for historical fiction about European royalty. Family sagas for English gentlewomen were written as Philippa Carr. Eleanor Burford was used for light romance novels and Ellalice Tate was for historical fiction. Elbur Ford and Kathleen Kellow were pen names for her murder mysteries, thrillers, and crime novels. Anna Percival was used as a pen name for only one novel. She traveled around the world to escape the cold damp England winters serving as a resource for her writings.
Hifler, Joyce Sequichie
Joyce Sequichie Hifler was born in Oklahoma into a family descended from Cherokee emigrants over the Trail of Tears. She is noted for her inspirational column Think on These Things.
Higgs, Liz Curtis
Charles Higham was a well-known English author and poet and highly respected for many of his biographies.
Hill, Grace Livingston
Hill, Ruth Livingston
Hodde, Cheryl and Mel
Cheryl and Mel Hodde are a husband and wife team that write Christian romance, suspense, and romantic suspense novels under the pseudonym Hannah Alexander
Hoff, B. J.
Victoria Holt was a pseudonym Eleanor Hibbert used when writing Gothic romance novels set in part in Victorian England.
Hope, Laura Lee
Horner, Retired General Chuck
Retired General Chuck Horner was born in Iowa and has served as field commander in various organizations within the United States Air Force. He has served as consultant and lecturer on aviation and security matters and has written independently and collaborated with Tom Clancy in his published books.
Linda Howard had written many stories on her own and finally decided to submit one to publishers, She often found herself bored with other genera and began to focus on romance novels including historical romance, paranormal romance as well as romantic suspense. She has even penned an occasional historical mystery.