Award-winning author Norm Gautreau writes historical fiction, literary fiction and suspense.
Read about this timeless love story
of America's "greatest generation"
and about what happens to memory
over the years.
Iniquity, won the 2013 National Indie Excellence Award for Suspense. The award is given to the best independently published suspense novel of the year. As noted on the Awards' website, the National Indie Excellence Awards criteria for recognition are stringent and include overall excellence. This award celebrates the highest achievements in independent publishing, a sector of the industry that has grown exponentially in recent years.
Francesca Allegri was named a finalist for the 2013 Indie Excellence Award for Historical Fiction.
Below are trailers for all Norm's novels. Welcome. Enter the worlds of Norm Gautreau.
Read a synopsis and excerpt from Iniquity.
Read a synopsis and excerpt from Literary Novels
Read a synopsis and excerpt from Island of First Light. Read a synopsis and excerpt from Sea Room, winner of the 2002 Massachusetts Book Award for Fiction.
Read a synopsis and excerpt from Island of First Light.
Read a synopsis and excerpt from Sea Room, winner of the 2002 Massachusetts Book Award for Fiction.
Read a synopsis and excerpt from The Sea Around Them.
“... well and truly told, vivid engrossing and edgy as life can get. The reader cares about the people, about their place ... a tale worth the telling, people worth the meeting. One of the few books I’ve read recently that I read twice – once because I cared so much how it came out and the second time for sheer pleasure.”
“...transports the reader back in time when integrity and a higher purpose in life was not merely an aspiration but an honorable resolve ... exquisitely written.”
David Baldacci, New York Times
of Last Man Standing and Absolute Power.
“...stands out for [his] ability to bring both place and character to life for the reader.”
Massachusetts Center for the Book
“ ... an absorbing, moving and thoughtful novel, rich in the qualities of character and setting that allow the reader to enter into the lives and moral dilemas he portrays.”
The Historical Novels Review