J. Carson Black: Author Bio About and Best Quotes

Ten of My Favorite J. Carson Black Quotes 

J. Carson Black, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best J. Carson Black quotes for you to enjoy. At Australia Unwrapped we believe every book has at least one quotable line, and our mission is to find them all. Here you will find J. Carson Black’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer J. Carson Black made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favorites: 

About J. Carson Black

Hailed by bestselling author T. Jefferson Parker as “a strong new voice in American crime fiction,” J. Carson Black has written fifteen novels. A New York Times and USA Today bestseller, her crime thriller series featuring homicide detective Laura Cardinal reached #1 on the Kindle Bestseller list. Despite earning a master’s degree in operatic voice, Black was inspired to write a horror novel after reading The Shining. Currently, she resides in Tucson, Arizona.

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Popular Quotes

“is it?” “You’ll find out when you get here. Make it snappy, mate.” “Will do.” The man’s voice sounded unsure come the end. Ellen sat down in one of the plastic chairs and glanced up at the TV on the wall. Bloody soaps! What the heck anybody sees in them is beyond me. She reached for the evening paper from the small table and was engrossed in the headline story about objections to a new housing estate on the outskirts of Worcester when a bearded man came marching through the front door. She noticed the troubled look that travelled between the two men and stood up. The man on control introduced her to the driver. “This is Stan, the driver you were after.” “Nice to meet you, Stan. I’m Ellen Brazil from the Worcester Missing Persons Hotline.” The man frowned, then threw himself into the chair Ellen had just vacated. “What can I do for you?” “Last Friday, you picked up a couple of ladies around one in the morning. I suppose you’d class that as Saturday, to be fair. One lived out at Norton. The other—” “Over at St. John’s. That’s right. What about it?” He shoved his hands in the pockets of his jacket and looked at her through narrowed eyes. “One of the women went missing that night.” Ellen didn’t say anymore, just tested the water to see what his reaction would be. “And?” “And I wondered if you could throw any light on the woman’s disappearance.” The man leapt out of his seat and rushed toward her. “What the fuck are you accusing me of, lady?” “Take it easy, big man,” Den warned the driver. “All I’m asking is whether you saw anything suspicious? Anyone hanging around when you dropped the last woman off at home?” “No. I wasn’t looking for anyone, though. She was bloody drunk. I don’t”
― J. Carson Black, Mortal Crimes #1

 “parents, your brother. You.” He tried to turn to say something and perhaps get a glimpse of his attacker. But the man held his head down. “Okay, I understand,” Wes said. “I’m done.” “Good. Now, I’m sorry for this.” He released Wes, then gave him another jolt. It went on for what seemed like forever, though it probably only lasted a few seconds. When it was over, he lay in a fetal position, groaning. A figure strode away into the darkness. At last he leaned against the wheel of his car and took in deep breaths of the chill night air. He calmed himself. He brushed away the gravel and bits of ice from his cheek. His muscles ached. He looked around but saw nobody”
― J. Carson Black, Shoot to Thrill

“dismay, that Arizona was one of a dozen states that did not require ride safety inspections. Laura realized she needed to talk to Micaela Brashear again. She thought about calling Jaime, but he would be wrapped up at the crime scene for a while. She could talk to Micaela by phone, but”
― J. Carson Black, Mortal Crimes #1

 “Laura had read somewhere that tweens—eight to fourteen-year-olds—had so much discretionary income and expensive tastes that they drove the whole economy. Not just the US economy, but the world’s. She”
― J. Carson Black, The Laura Cardinal Novels

 “dark side took over, and things got…out of hand. He always felt bad afterward. But while Martin”
― J. Carson Black, The Survivors Club

 “idea of a husband who could be killed any moment made”
― J. Carson Black, Hard Return

“was better to be safe than sorry.”
― J. Carson Black, The Shop

 “your daughter went missing. She”
― J. Carson Black, Mortal Crimes #1

“awake again, and he could”
― J. Carson Black, Mortal Crimes #1

“ready to”
― J. Carson Black, Hard Return

10 Famous Quotes by Author J. Carson Black

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 J. Carson Black quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best J. Carson Black quote below and sharing our favorite authors so we can look them up, read some of their works and give you the best quotes we can find. We hope you enjoyed our top 10 quotes by J. Carson Black. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable J. Carson Black quotes in our list.

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