About the Author

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Dianna Torscher Benson is an Award-Winning and International Bestselling Author of suspense. She’s the 2014 Selah Award Winner for Best Debut Novel, the 2011 Mystery/Suspense/Thriller Genesis Winner, a 2011 Genesis double Semi-Finalist, a 2010 Daphne du Maurier Finalist, and a 2007 Golden Palm Finalist. She’s the author of The Hidden Son, Final Trimester  and Persephone’s Fugitive. The 2nd edition of The Hidden Son released in 2016.

An EMT with Wake County EMS since 2005, and now a victim advocate practitioner at NC-VAN (North Carolina Victim Assistance Network), Dianna authentically implements her medical and rescue experience and knowledge into all her suspense novels. She loves helping people in need, often in their darkest time in life. Dianna and her husband live in North Carolina with their three children.



 

 

0001-bg-quote1I write inspirational suspense with emergency medical and victim trauma elements. Suspense is my natural writing voice. Being an EMT and victim advocate, I authentically implement my firsthand medical and rescue knowledge and experience into all my novels. Subtle inspirational is a thread I love writing and it fits within my characterizations and plotlines like a key puzzle piece.

 

0001-bg-quote1-flipI recognized my passion to write suspense novels, and like breathing, it’s simply something I do automatically. Being an EMT, a mom, and blessed with this writer brain, the stories never stop flowing.

 

0001-bg-quote1Life is hard; relationships are super hard, but that’s the point. Through our trials and tribulations, God is building our souls so when our flesh dies, our souls are developed to where God wants them to be for our life in eternity.

 

0001-bg-quote1-flip“Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not be faint.” – Isaiah 40:31

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Dianna’s personal quote – “The grass isn’t greener on the other side, it’s just different.”