Reviews

Here are a  few Reviews from readers and authors who have had a chance to preview my debut novel “And The Wolf Shall Dwell”.
(Links to author pages and novels may be outdated)

CAROLINE REBER
Author of Life Happened

Normally I don’t read thrillers, but I like the way you write. I can feel I am in the middle of London(!)

MIKE DONALD

I love the whole premise of an ordinary man sucked into an extraordinary vortex of terror…can’t wait to read more!

KIRSTY L JENNINGS
Author of Soulblade: Forgotten Souls

When I started reading your book, I was captivated by the very first paragraph. From then one, I was hooked. The way you write almost made me feel like I was actually there. It was thoughtful and captivating, I can’t wait to read more!

FAITH
Author of A Cup For The Dead

Excellent espionage thriller featuring a unique central character and a plot that twists among the past and present relentlessly. Highly recommended!

STEPHEN CARIGNAN
Author of The Sleeping Man
Interesting and fast paced, And the Wolf Shall Dwell, draws readers in with suspense while placing them firmly behind the protagonist by making him relatable and engaging at the same time. Rather than John Everyman, we are given a three dimensional person which makes the reader all more involved with the story. I look forward to reading more.
PAULA M ADAMS

This is an exciting read. The few chapters I read leave you wanting more. The author draws you in and doesn’t let you go. I just ordered the hard copy as I have to know how this ends. I also love the interaction between the different agents and police. It can be a bit on the funny side what they think about each other. Congrats Joni, you have a winner with this book.
B A JANDZIOL

I love the authenticity of the description of John’s essentially mundane commute into work through London. Being a Londoner it resonated with me and I particularly like the commentary around the small adjustments made to make the route to work as efficient as possible (his reason for cutting through Liverpool Street Station, a simple decision leading him down a path he never anticipated).

I have also read and felt very engaged with the second Chapter and the character Grey. Keep up the good work!

CARLA GODFREY

Great, intense beginning and definitely holds your interest from the start.

HELENA ECHLIN AND MALENA WATROUS
Great sense of atmosphere. Gas-lamp spooky London-perfect for a thriller
SHARYL FRIEND PAVLISKO
I’m immensely intrigued!
Very well written and paced into “The Hook!”
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AMYLIA HOOD
I really like the descriptive language and the way you can vividly see in your mind exactly what is on the page.
ABIGAIL BURTON AND AUTUMN GASS
I am always so pleased to find another author I can read . Joni Dee is definitely going to be one said author ! I loved it . Of course I am a sucker for all things British 🙂
RYAN FERRIGAN
The imagery is fresh and innovative. I feel like I’m right there in the London station