Complex, lyrical, and intelligent, Savannah Thorne's novels are thrillers, romances, historical sagas, all imbued with a strong sense of outsiderness, Drawing from folklore, poetry, myth, and postmodern and feminist philosophy, her take on the human condition is both bleak and tender.
Den of Monsters
Girl, Interrupted meets Gone Girl in this tense psychological thriller.
Psychiatrist Hannah Weiss takes a new job at a prestigious mental institution. Among her patients, one seems atypical. Patient Z, supposedly violent and deranged, seems quite lucid, even charming. The hospital director also shows a great deal of interest in the patient--to the point of obsession.
Hannah finds the director pushing her toward Z, a job she hardly finds a chore, but the mysteries of this place and the relationship between these two gnaw at her. The director is systematically attempting to shatter what is left of Z's sanity. But why?
Trapped in the middle of this power-play, Hannah must either save herself or risk everything she has worked for to uncover the truth.
The Blood Almanack
The Secret Life of Ben Franklin
Benjamin Franklin’s brilliance is world-famous. But how far would he go in his thirst for knowledge? There is a dark side to the unknown years in a classic American story.
In the secret caverns of Lord Dashwood’s infamous “Hell Fire Club” in West Wycliffe, England, young Ben joins the Lord in alchemical experiments and occult hedonism. The last thing he expects is to fall for Dashwood's sister Rachel. Ben becomes embroiled in cover-ups of missing and murdered persons cases as Lord Dashwood's passionate drive for knowledge and Rachel's growing terror of her brother tear Ben’s loyalties in two. Will love or ambition win out?
A Princess of Rome Book I
Drusilla’s family disappears, one by one, during the reign of the corrupt Emperor Tiberius. Strong-minded and passionate, she resolves to protect the only man she's ever truly loved—her brother, rightful heir of the empire. When Drusilla and her few remaining family members are summoned to live with the emperor, she unearths mind-bending horrors. She must risk her freedom and even her life to claim her brother's birthright.