Ed McDonald spent his early childhood on a cattle ranch in the foothills of the Tortolita Mountains where his father was a cowboy. He holds two master’s degrees.
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"An Arizona town’s emergency services director preps for a cyber strike, while his daughter faces a menace of an entirely different kind in McDonald’s debut thriller series-starter. The North Korean government unsuccessfully fires missiles at the west coast of the United States. It soon appears that the action was merely a precursor to a cyberattack . . . .
McDonald maintains the momentum throughout by employing alternating perspectives of various characters and very short chapters and scenes . . . its solid writing promises a worthy series."
Geoffrey M. Cooper is an experienced cancer researcher and scientific administrator, having held positions as tenured Professor, Department Chair and Associate Dean at Harvard Medical School and Boston University. He ... Read full author bio >
"An intense story about ruthlessness in the scientific community."
Don Dahler is a critically-acclaimed writer and award-winning journalist. For decades, viewers have watched his news reports on various networks, including CBS and ABC. He was the first network correspondent ... Read full author bio >
"A fun diversion with a bracing hero and sequel potential."
Robert Valletta grew up in the Slate Belt region of Pennsylvania, amid the grayness of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the majesty of Indian Head along the winding Delaware River ... Read full author bio >
"An undemanding diversion for thrill-seekers, featuring an impressive protagonist."
A natural born storyteller with a descriptive writing style, Tosoff's novels create energy and excitement that keep readers on the edge of their seats through action ... Read full author bio >
"Tosoff’s novel is a worthy introduction to its protagonist, whose descent into events beyond his control is plausible as well as riveting ... A thriller with a down-to-earth protagonist whose misadventures are invigorating."
Originally from Shreveport, Louisiana, B. Michael (Mike) Thorne attended Louisiana State University, obtaining a bachelor's degree in sociology. He later returned to earn a master's degree and a ... Read full author bio >
"While some elements of this story are fairly standard, including the setup, Thorne provides some effective twists. The author, a psychologist, has put his experience to excellent use, deftly exploiting the hypnosis gimmick. He also has a subtle way with characters. . . . There is. . . an ingenious and somehow fitting denouement concerning the woebegone Jon. Readers should get a satisfying kick out of this whodunit. A murder story with some clever twists."
Trained as a writer in his collegiate and graduate school years, Nelson Cover embarked upon a career in business and for forty-three years was a fund raising professional, the last ... Read full author bio >
Ruel Watkins is a serial entrepreneur, world traveler, and a lifetime member of the Loyal Order of Moose. Seriously. MAVERICK is his first novel, but he has read books before ... Read full author bio >
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