Come Home takes home the Foreword Indies Silver!

Patricia Gussin is a SILVER WINNER of the 2017 ForeWord Indies Award in the category of Thriller & Suspense for her latest novel Come Home.  She is proud to be in good company with fellow Oceanview authors, including Matt Coyle, who also won Silver for Blood Truth, and Joe Clifford, who received Honorable Mention for … Continue reading Come Home takes home the Foreword Indies Silver!

“Patricia Gussin’s Come Home is a superbly crafted novel by a gifted author with a genuine flair for narrative-driven characters.” —Midwest Book Review

Nicole Nelson and Ahmed Masud are a dynamic, highly successful Philadelphia couple. They are partners in a thriving plastic surgery practice, are very much in love, and they adore their young son, Alex. But cracks are beginning to appear in their fairy-tale life: lingering post-9/11 prejudice against Arab men, accumulating malpractice lawsuits for Ahmed, and … Continue reading “Patricia Gussin’s Come Home is a superbly crafted novel by a gifted author with a genuine flair for narrative-driven characters.” —Midwest Book Review

“Come Home has the requisite tension, suspense, and action as well as an intriguing plot and characters that play their parts well. ”  —BookLoons

“Nicole Nelson and Ahmed Masud, both highly successful plastic surgeons in Philadelphia, are married to each other and together run a very lucrative practice. They have a small son who is the very light of their lives. However, life is never what it seems to be. Ahmed has a string of malpractice suits which seem … Continue reading “Come Home has the requisite tension, suspense, and action as well as an intriguing plot and characters that play their parts well. ”  —BookLoons

COME HOME wins the 2017 Florida Book Award Gold Medal for Popular Fiction

Patricia Gussin has won the Florida Book Award Gold Medal in Popular Fiction for her latest book Come Home. She had been honored with the same award in 2015 for her novel After the Fall.   

Patricia Gussin on the Liar’s Club Oddcast

Patricia Gussin, author of the best-selling and award-winning Laura Nelson books, speaks about her new book Come Home–part of a series she calls “The Identicals,” an international thriller based on Laura Nelson’s twin daughters, Nicole and Natalie. Listen here!: http://bit.ly/2G6oBh7

Trib Live

In coordination with a recent book-signing swing through Pittsburgh, Patricia Gussin took some time to sit down and talk with Trib Live, discussing the inspiration behind her latest thriller, Come Home. You can read the entire interview here.

West Coast Woman

This month, Patricia Gussin was featured on the cover of West Coast Woman magazine, and was the subject of an in-depth profile. You can read the entire article, which ranges from writing her first novel to co-founding Oceanview Publishing to becoming a New York Times best-selling author, here.

Florida Weekly raves about Come Home

Remember 2011, the year of the Arab Spring? That turmoil in the Middle East provides a backdrop for Patricia Gussin’s fast-paced thriller, Come Home. Plastic surgeon Ahmed Masud, middle son in a wealthy Egyptian family, is called back to Cairo from his home in the U.S. to help prepare for his family’s future after the … Continue reading Florida Weekly raves about Come Home

2017 Best Book Award Finalist

On November 9, American Book Fest named Come Home a finalist in the 2017 Best Book Awards in the Fiction: Thriller/Adventure category. Jeffrey Keen, President and CEO of American Book Fest, said, “The 2017 results represent a phenomenal mix of books from a wide array of publishers throughout the United States.” American Book Fest is … Continue reading 2017 Best Book Award Finalist

Come Home review from Killer Nashville

Come Home by Patricia Gussin is a two-pronged, culture mixed thriller. Twin Nicole Nelson and her husband Ahmed Musud have what appears to be a happy life. Fulfilling jobs as partners in a surgical practice and a son they both love. There is trouble in paradise when Ahmed starts having difficulties at work, and his family … Continue reading Come Home review from Killer Nashville