In her former career, globe-trotting electrical engineer turned novelist, J R Lankford traveled the world, falling in love with its people, cultures, and beliefs, which she now depicts in novels. Read full author bio >
Robert Blake Whitehill was born into a Quaker family in Mardela Springs, just outside Salisbury on Maryland’s Eastern Shore peninsula. The family home lay next to the pond that ... Read full author bio >
"As for the male characters, none are quite as unforgettable as Chalk, an outrageous antagonist whose animosity for nearly everyone but himself is complemented by a stunning amount of charm. He’s a man who’d suggest using the bomb because he’s bored and wants “to put the fun back in dysfunction.”
A familiar plot that pushes itself above average thanks to a brooding ambiance and a scene-stealing baddie."
Multi-Award winning fiction author and graduate of Fordham University, Dale has held several senior positions in Fortune 250 companies and has traveled the world. A black belt in martial arts ... Read full author bio >
"An engaging mystery, and a sizzling debut… Allan’s novel is a blistering tale with all the right ingredients for a mystery…But the author’s multifaceted characters are what give the book distinction… The book’s stellar ending addresses a lingering uncertainty and leaves much for readers to ponder. Starred Review"
John Oehler is a multiple award-winning author of thriller/suspense novels. His stories are often compared to those of Michael Crichton, Dan Brown, and Wilbur Smith. John has worked in ... Read full author bio >
"Oehler delivers a fusion of mainstream thriller and historical fiction, reminiscent of The Da Vinci Code."
L. D. Bergsgaard begin his writing career as a Special Agent which spanned three decades. As an undercover agent, a SWAT operator, and criminal investigator, I wrote thousands of pages ... Read full author bio >
"...these are emotionally engaging episodes of childhood that evoke the odyssey of a 20th-Century Huck Finn. Bergsgaard's writing is suggestive of an oral storyteller with impeccable timing and taste; his vernacular at its most lean and direct...
Review of Where the Best Began"
Ian Greenham was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. He graduated from law school and worked in one of Australia’s leading commercial law firms before joining the country’s ... Read full author bio >
"With scheming scientists, abductions and romance, this globe-trotting … thriller has something for everyone.
Early one evening in … a quiet French village near the Atlantic coast, a retired nuclear power worker (and amateur fisherman) named Claude Moreau … disappears while cycling home. When he’s discovered the next morning, he has no memory of where he’s been, but he has a hypodermic mark in his left shoulder, a sedative in his blood and a puncture in one of his veins. Unbeknownst to the fisherman, it was a casual conversation he’d had months before with a doctor specializing in nuclear medicine that placed him in the middle of an international race to perfect an anti-radiation medication. ... The possibility of a naturally occurring protein that could protect humans from radiation sets the novel’s main events in motion. Greenham takes the reader around the world as his characters endure abductions, fall in love and conduct scientific research. Will the French or the Americans be the first to develop a medication that can protect humans from radiation? The suspenseful opening scene … draws readers in, making them concerned for Moreau’s fate. Greenham also has a knack for weaving complex scientific and legal information into the narrative.
A smart, timely thriller …"
Peter S. Fischer is a prolific writer producer with over 25 years of experience in network television. Among his many credits is "Murder, She Wrote" which he co-created with the ... Read full author bio >
"Former Columbo and Murder, She Wrote screenwriter Fischer, winner of a 1985 Edgar Award, knows how to pace a thriller, and he treats the gumshoe genre with equal amounts of fun and seriousness."
The son of a career air force officer, Marty Steere grew up on or near military installations across the country and overseas before settling in Southern California, where, when he ... Read full author bio >
"A stellar thriller that handily juggles its formulaic elements to achieve near-perfect liftoff."
Niko Perren lives in Calgary, Canada with his wife Lara, and two cats. He holds dual degrees in Computer Science and Pure Mathematics, and works as a senior software researcher ... Read full author bio >
"An exciting, well-written and compassionate eco-thriller with real heroes and a mission worth caring about... Perren draws in the reader with a well-rounded, sympathetic set of characters grounded in an all-too-possible future world. Unlike many thrillers, what’s at stake is real; it matters right now as much as it will in 40 years."
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