Stay up-to-date on Andy’s latest interviews, press, and reviews.

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August 1, 2019

Fishermen’s Court featured in The Big Thrill, the magazine of International Thriller Writers, along with an interview of Andy.

To read the full interview click here.

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July, 2019

Over ten thousand downloads on Amazon.

Andy publishes article in The Big Thrill, “The Post-it Note that Saved My Career.” To read the article, click here.

Strong number of reader reviews and ratings on Amazon and Goodreads. Averaging over 4.5 stars on each. Click here for Amazon and here for Goodreads.

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June, 2019

Fishermen’s Court drops! Best Thrillers and Indie Reader both choose it as an Editor’s Pick. Great reviews continue to roll in.

Best Thrillers also selects Fishermen’s Court as an Editor’s Pick.

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June, 2019

Indie Reader promotes FC in its Best Reviewed Books of the Month.

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May 4, 2019

Readers’ Favorite gives FC a 5-star review: "Wow! Andrew Wolfendon is now one of my new favorite authors. ...A thriller of epic proportions, this is one of the most suspenseful books I ever had the pleasure to read. ...The twists and turns lead you on an amazing journey through the present and the past in a wonderful jigsaw… With plenty of action and a great pace, this book will keep you guessing right to the very end and, like me, you won't want to put it down. Fabulous story.”

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April 22, 2019

Online Book Club gives Fishermen’s Court a 4 out of 4 stars review: “[T]he twists and turns of this fast-paced suspense kept me guessing from the opening pages until the very end… I particularly liked the winning combination of the author's slightly sardonic writing style and his strong characterization of Finn. [T]here isn’t anything about the book I dislike…”

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April 3, 2019

Best Thrillers ( gives Fishermen’s Court a great review, calling the author an “exciting, fresh new voice” in the thriller genre and a “gifted debut novelist.” Noting the book’s “lighthearted tone and clever dialogue,” the review states that this is “a thoughtful novel with plenty to say about revenge, atonement and second chances.”

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December 17, 2018

Fishermen’s Court wins First Place honors in the 2018 Novel Opening Chapter & Synopsis Competition, an international contest sponsored by Flash500 in the UK. The judge’s comments: "With its wry sense of humour, the beginning hooks you straight away. Daily chores are followed by fast-paced action, as the protagonist finds his life in danger, quite unexpectedly."