Books by Dana Haynes

ICE COLD KILL by Dana Haynes
Released: March 26, 2013

"Enough intelligence agencies, bad guys and gruesome viruses for a month of nonstop massacres. When Haynes runs out of guns and knives to put in the hands of superheroine Daria (Breaking Point, 2011, etc.), he turns oxygen tanks into missiles for her to launch."
Daria Gibron, the former Israeli Shin Bet agent now operating as an one-woman destruction crew for the FBI, eludes every secret intelligence agency in the world but catches a recombinant RNA virus in the process. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 8, 2011

"It takes a while for the book to turn up the suspense, and some of the characters get lost in the shuffle, but it's an enjoyable, well-crafted thriller nonetheless."
Two "crashers"—airplane disaster investigators—who survive the downing of a 65-seat twin turboprop plane in Montana become part of the intensive effort to penetrate the dark secrecy surrounding the incident—and nab the cold-blooded, technologically advanced perpetrators of the crash. Read full book review >
CRASHERS by Dana Haynes
Released: June 22, 2010

"The character-driven, behind-the-scenes investigative drama of a particularly good plane-themed episode of CSI, coupled with the beats, timing and grand-scale action of a summer blockbuster."
A National Transportation Safety Board "Go-Team" races to figure out what brought an airliner down in Haynes's debut thriller. Read full book review >