THE ONE MAN by Andrew Gross
Released: Aug. 23, 2016

"This is Gross' best work yet, with his heart and soul imprinted on every page."
The author of One Mile Under (2015) changes genres with a heart-pounding thriller set in the bowels of Auschwitz. Read full book review >
Divided We Fall by Adam Bender
Released: May 9, 2014

"A novel about a scheming president offers an excellent read for those who love thrillers or 21st-century history."
In this dystopian sequel, the Underground races to expose a secret surveillance program before the Enemy's final blow. Read full book review >

The Wrong Bus by John Noel Hampton
Released: June 18, 2010

"A pleasant, modern Christmas tale, but one that may be too mawkish for some."
Debut author Hampton delivers a novella about a chance meeting of two troubled people during the winter holiday season in Los Angeles. Read full book review >
The Musandam Mystery by Duncan Pell
Released: April 19, 2016

"A well-paced thriller with enough twists to maintain momentum and provide an enjoyable ride to the mostly satisfying conclusion."
After more than 40 years, the coverup of a diabolical Soviet experiment begins to unravel, and members of the Russian hierarchy will go to any lengths to prevent its disclosure in Pell's (Much More Than a Game, 2015, etc.) espionage sequel. Read full book review >
The Hooker, The Dancer and The Nun by John D. Mills
Released: Nov. 28, 2015

"A taut, effective Florida crime thriller."
A murder mystery engulfs three friends on a coastal Florida island in this latest novel from Mills (The Objector, 2016, etc.).Read full book review >

TobaccoNet by K.E. Bombard
Released: July 13, 2015

"A fast-paced DEA tale with a social conscience that should have many readers looking forward to more of Jason Kraft."
In this debut thriller launching a new series, an undercover drug enforcement agent becomes embroiled in shady dealings in the tobacco industry. Read full book review >
Tunnel Vision by Angela M. Herst
Released: Dec. 16, 2015

"A propulsive, cautionary tale about the effects of the Bhopal disaster."
Herst uses one of the worst industrial accidents in history as the backdrop for her debut thriller. Read full book review >
The Medinandi License by Randall Reneau
Released: April 29, 2016

"Trouble follows the protagonist everywhere he goes—and so should readers; each new tale's as gripping as the last."
The fifth book in Reneau's (Legend of War Creek, 2015, etc.) thriller series finds returning American geologist Trace Brandon facing off against terrorists in a politically restless West African country.Read full book review >
The Most Important Thing by M.E. Matthews
Released: Feb. 10, 2016

"A kidnapping tale dishes out edgy melodrama in the vein of a dark, unsettling soap opera."
A woman's sudden disappearance exposes a slew of grim, bitter secrets surrounding her family in this debut thriller. Read full book review >
Detroit Rules by Linda Style
Released: Aug. 11, 2015

"A protagonist that readers should definitely want to see again, whether as a gumshoe, lawyer, or maybe action hero."
An attorney and private eye takes on a missing person case, hoping it will also lead her to answers regarding her dead father, a fall guy for a murder rap, in Style's (Codename, 2015, etc.) thriller.Read full book review >
#hashtagged by Kimberly Hix Trant
Released: March 11, 2015

"Lively sci-fi from an exciting new voice."
In Trant's debut thriller, social media enables an artificial intelligence to gain consciousness, leading to a frightening future. Read full book review >
Chamelea by D.H. Robbins
Released: Oct. 19, 2015

"A gripping, authentic-feeling psychological drama of dark sexual identities."
A psychological horror novel centered on a reverend who's also a twisted killer. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Fernanda Santos
author of THE FIRE LINE
May 17, 2016

When a bolt of lightning ignited a hilltop in the sleepy town of Yarnell, Arizona, in June 2013, setting off a blaze that would grow into one of the deadliest fires in American history, the 20 men who made up the Granite Mountain Hotshots sprang into action. New York Times writer Fernanda Santos’ debut book The Fire Line is the story of the fire and the Hotshots’ attempts to extinguish it. An elite crew trained to combat the most challenging wildfires, the Hotshots were a ragtag family, crisscrossing the American West and wherever else the fires took them. There's Eric Marsh, their devoted and demanding superintendent who turned his own personal demons into lessons he used to mold, train and guide his crew; Jesse Steed, their captain, a former Marine, a beast on the fire line and a family man who wasn’t afraid to say “I love you” to the firemen he led; Andrew Ashcraft, a team leader still in his 20s who struggled to balance his love for his beautiful wife and four children and his passion for fighting wildfires. We see this band of brothers at work, at play and at home, until a fire that burned in their own backyards leads to a national tragedy. View video >