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Ian K. Smith

Biography

Ian K. Smith

Dr. Ian K. Smith is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of SHRED: The Revolutionary Diet, as well as SUPER SHRED: The Big Results Diet, BLAST THE SUGAR OUT, THE CLEAN 20, THE ANCIENT NINE and 11 other books, with millions of copies in print. Dr. Smith’s critically acclaimed novel THE BLACKBIRD PAPERS was the 2005 BCALA fiction recipient of the Honor Book Award.

Dr. Smith is a former cohost of the Emmy Award–winning daytime talk show "The Doctors" and is currently the medical contributor and cohost of "The Rachael Ray Show." He has written for Time, Newsweek, Men’s Fitness and the New York Daily News, among others. Dr. Smith has served on the boards of the American Council on Exercise, the New York Mission Society, the Prevent Cancer Foundation, the New York Council for the Humanities, and the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity.

Ian K. Smith

Books by Ian K. Smith

by Ian K. Smith - Fiction, Mystery

After refusing to participate in a police department cover-up involving the death of a young black man, Ashe Cayne is pushed out of the force. But he's compelled to fight for justice as a private investigator...even if it means putting himself in jeopardy. When a young woman, Tinsley Gerrigan, goes missing, her wealthy parents hire Cayne to find her. As Cayne looks into her life and past, he uncovers secrets Tinsley has been hiding from her family. His worries spike when Tinsley's boyfriend is found dead --- another black man murdered on the tough Chicago streets. Cayne must navigate his complicated relationships within the Chicago PD, leveraging his contacts and police skills to find the missing young woman, see justice done and earn his redemption.

by Ian K. Smith - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

Spenser Collins is a pre-med student and basketball star determined to make his single, working mother proud. Dalton Winthrop is a rich kid who has the ease and deep knowledge that come from a lifetime of belonging. At Harvard, Spenser and Dalton become friends, cementing their bond when Spenser is “punched” to join the exclusive Delphic Club. Soon, Spenser and Dalton are plunged into a century-old mystery about a group of alums known as the Ancient Nine whose identities are unknown, whose power is absolute, and whose intentions are darker and more dangerous than they ever could have imagined.