An Ohio native, Alison Lockwood studied journalism and creative writing at Wittenberg University. After a brief stint as a reporter, she became an editor for Harcourt Brace Publishers and later ... Read full author bio >
Qwantu Amaru has been writing since the age of 11. An avid reader, he has always aspired to write suspenseful page turners and socially significant literature like those of his ... Read full author bio >
"One Blood is a gutsy book that blazes trails, plotted at breakneck speed that won't let up."
Eric Coyote was born hours before President Kennedy's assassination and grew up northwest of Chicago. He attended college at Indiana University, then migrated to Southern California, where he earned ... Read full author bio >
"An unshakable noir with a protagonist learning along the way, but beyond the more overt genre traits is a rewarding story of a man's unconditional love for his faithful companion."
Ivan Obolensky grew up regaled by tales of his ancestors while surrounded by high society. Those stories of intrigue and adventure inspired him and nurtured his love of storytelling, which ... Read full author bio >
"Obolensky conjures a remarkably imaginative tale, seamlessly juxtaposing the quotidian and the magical in a way that renders the latter mesmerizingly plausible."
Anita Briggs is a classical harpist and writer. Her most recent book, "Merchant of Dreams", is a tale of mystery and suspense. It received a starred review from Kirkus Reviews ... Read full author bio >
Through a career spanning investment banking, international diplomacy, and NYC government C.S. Farrelly is uniquely positioned to write fresh political thrillers with sophisticated plots and well-drawn characters. Farrelly was ... Read full author bio >
"Farrelly dexterously reveals plot points (crowned with a sordid coverup scheme) and allows them to develop gradually as the presidential election nears...By the time this page-turner reaches maximum velocity, a fine balance has effectively been established between political intrigue and religious scandal...Farrelly’s command of hot-button issues is impeccable...Readers will find themselves in for a striking, remarkable politically correct political thriller with a conscience....Sure to please fans of governmental intrigue and fast-paced suspense; puts swift prose, commanding characterization, and contemporary hot topics to grand use."
Brian Oldham was born in Clarion, Iowa. He moved to Southern California with his family when he was five. He lived in Southern California till he was drafted into the ... Read full author bio >
"Pathos-laden vigilantes are always intriguing, of course, and in this novel, Oldham has created one who’s a tangle of unresolved trauma. The author writes in a muscular prose befitting his imposing protagonist (“the world was at war; a war against evil, against one another."
J. Stewart Willis is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and of the graduate school of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, from which he received a PhD in Physics. He ... Read full author bio >
John Gastineau is a former attorney, book editor, and newspaper reporter, photographer, and editor. The Judge’s Brief is his first novel. His first short story, “A Coondog and Love ... Read full author bio >
"Complex characters drive the story with emotionally charged and revealing dialogue . . . . Gastineau never fails to keep readers on their toes, and the final pages will fly by as readers eagerly search for answers."
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