Hank Schwaeble is a horror, thriller and suspense writer whose credits include Damnable (Berkley/Jove), which won the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel, and Diabolical (Berkley/Jove), as well as The Angel of the Abyss and the horror-noir collection American Nocturne, both of which are being re-released in 2021. His latest collection, Moonless Nocturne, is slated for publication this summer from Esker & Riddle.
A graduate of the University of Florida and Vanderbilt Law School, Hank is a practicing attorney and former Air Force officer and special agent for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. He was a distinguished graduate from the Air Force Special Investigations Academy, graduated first in his class from the Defense Language Institute’s Japanese Language Course, and was an editor of the law review at Vanderbilt where he won four American Jurisprudence Awards.
In addition to reading and writing, Hank enjoys keeping in shape and playing guitar. Hank and his wife, fellow writer Rhodi Hawk, make their home near Houston, Texas. He is currently working on his next novel.