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Karen Ann Hopkins resides in northern Kentucky with her family on a farm that boasts a menagerie of ... Read full author bio >
"An impending apocalypse provides a compelling backdrop for romance in this page-turning first installment of a new YA series. Hopkins (Lamb to the Slaughter, 2014, etc.) expertly weaves her plotlines together in this compulsively readable teen romance story…Hopkins delivers many successful elements of young-adult romance—appealing lead characters, high-voltage chemistry, repressed sexuality—which will win her ardent followers. A paranormal YA tale that’s highly recommended for fans of the Twilight series; move over, Bella and Edward, there’s a new set of kids on the block."
James Raney grew up all over the world, in Europe, Latin America, and Africa, leaving him with a lifelong love of adventure that escapes through his daydreams and lands on ... Read full author bio >
"Raney crafts a swashbuckling adventure that’s genuinely thrilling, not only in its rapid pacing, but also in its extremely clever plotting and endlessly inventive set pieces, which mix and match historical and mythological references in a seamless mélange."
Steven Paul Winkelstein is the award-winning author of Brisko: A True Tale of Holocaust Survival. His extended body of work includes The Wild Mind of the Winkle; Monster Meet on ... Read full author bio >
Sally Copus’ earlier career as a businesswoman was in the field of Direct Marketing. As a co-founder and partner with her late husband, she helped to establish and manage ... Read full author bio >
Author Robert Scott Thayer is also a musician and has won several International Songwriting Awards including those from Billboard. Grammy Award winner, Jim Cravero, produces his newest children’s tune ... Read full author bio >
"Thayer’s charismatic characters are further animated through Gallegos’ vibrant, color-saturated illustrations, bringing the story to life. A swimmingly fun, educational trip sure to be enjoyed by young friends of the manatee."
Michael P. King is currently working on a series of noir crime thrillers featuring a husband and wife team of con artists, the Travelers. The Traveling Man, the first novel ... Read full author bio >
"Husband and wife con artists must get back on their feet after a scheme goes spectacularly wrong in the criminally good debut by King…. Surrounding them is a cast of superbly sketched characters whose competing motives constantly trip up their plans…. With a story every bit as intricate and entertaining as the personalities who fill it, King’s uncommonly solid debut is a must-read."
After an extensive business career, from the military to industry to Wall Street, and then onto businesses of his own, Tom Balderston has retired and now writes. He is a ... Read full author bio >
"This sprawling historical novel has an explosive concept.... book begins in fairly familiar Da Vinci Code territory. Radically different in several key ways that, if verified and published, would be revolutionary....(it) could provoke 'a battle for control of the Muslim world.' ...A textured, intriguing novel about a world-changing holy book."
A native of Boston and a writer since high school, Derik Cavignano currently lives in Florida with his wife and two children. He enjoys writing character-driven stories in a variety ... Read full author bio >
"…Cavignano brings wonderful characterization of people and places to his lightning-paced fantasy thriller … Boston neighborhoods are impeccably portrayed… A gleefully hard-boiled urban fantasy that lights up Boston’s mean streets."
Randall Reneau is the author of five novels, including Diamond Fields, a Royal Dragonfly Book Awards grand prize winner, and Deadly Lode, a Richard Boes award-winner. He is also a ... Read full author bio >
Roger Croft is a former journalist whose news reporting and feature articles have appeared in numerous publications including 'The Economist,' the 'Sunday Telegraph' in the U.K and in the ... Read full author bio >
"Woven with historical fact and modern conflict, Vaux's triumphant return for one last nail-biting mission proves to be a rewarding and satisfying end to this trilogy.--Kirkus Reviews [THE MAGHREB CONSPIRACY].
Surprises lurk behind every character in this original storyline, fraught with suspense.--Kirkus reviews [OPERATION SALADIN]"
Born in Kermanshah, Iran, 1947, he graduated as an electrical engineer from the University of London at 1969. He worked in Iran for 19 years before immigrating to ... Read full author bio >
"This brief look at the history of Iran has an eye toward using region's diverse past as an argument for regime change.
A fine starting point for those interested in the history and future of Iran, but far from defenitive"
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