Jason was raised in Lancaster, PA and spent most of his childhood reading books. He attended Franklin & Marshall College, graduating with honors in Anthropology and elected into Phi Beta Kappa ... Read full author bio >
"Fluck’s prose is funny, frenetic, and full of life, propelling readers through each new plot development like a great popcorn flick. Nearly every sentence holds
satisfying surprises, and often unexpected humor..."
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."
Frank C Schwalbe, MD was born in Jacksonville, FL. He graduated from Davidson College in 1987, completed medical school at the University of Florida in 1991 and his Anesthesiology residency ... Read full author bio >
Alan Douglas is an American writer with a strong academic background who graduated from Bernard Baruch College, New York. He has lived on the East Coast, Chicago, and ... Read full author bio >
R. Giridharan, based in India churns out murder mysteries both in the form of books and screenplays. A multifaceted personality, he is currently the Banking Ombudsman of the state of ... Read full author bio >
The creation of The Enigma Series stories are a combined effort between Breakfield and Burkey.
Charles V. Breakfield likes travel in Texas on a motorcycle, World War II history, wine ... Read full author bio >
"Another stellar installment. Breakfield and Burkey show no signs of slowing down in an ever improving series."
Susan Taylor Chehak is a graduate of the University of Iowa Writers Workshop and the author of several novels, including The Great Disappointment, Smithereens, The Story of Annie D., and ... Read full author bio >
"The turns these stories take, structurally and emotionally, prove that Chehak is not only a daring literary artisan, but a connoisseur of human frailty. An acerbic, stirring collection from a master of the craft."
Douglas Wickard is the author of five novels, including the Amazon Kindle bestselling SAMI SAXTON series: A PERFECT HUSBAND, A PERFECT SETUP & PERFECT, as well as the DAN HAMMER FBI ... Read full author bio >
"A leisurely paced but ultimately rewarding, riveting thriller."
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]"
George Le Beau grew up in the projects of Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Born in January 1946 to Leo & Alice Le Beau he was introudced to his French Canadian/Iroquois heritage ... Read full author bio >
"A teenager develops a talent for killing, both in and out of the Army, in this riveting Vietnam-era thriller.
Rick Fountaine, 15, flees Connecticut after murdering the family that abused him and his mother. In Chicago, he finds a job and friends, but death follows him. He kills again—in self-defense, but no matter. He moves on to Peoria, then to Texas, then to California. His fake IDs catch up with him: Because he has pretended to be older than he is, he is drafted. Posted first to Texas, his platoon is shipped out to Vietnam. There he excels. His talents for finding the right way through the jungle and spotting ambushes—perhaps, he thinks, something innate from his Native American heritage—make him no friends with his commanding officer, but others appreciate him, including the CIA. He goes on a black-ops mission, providing critical covering fire for his team. Wounded on what was supposed to be a safe patrol, he is discharged. He connects with an old Army buddy and finds that there is a civilian demand for a man with his skills. He joins a team of fellow veterans working as “independent contractors” and soon finds himself pitted against embezzlers, high-end art thieves and Chinese drug smugglers. First-time author Le Beau has delivered a potent mixture of teen rebellion and true-to-life combat. Enormously compelling, this book doesn’t let you put it down. Le Beau, a Vietnam veteran, realistically depicts jungle patrols and firefights like no other.
A fast-paced, rewarding read whose combat realism is extraordinary."
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