Resi Cibabene writes historical thrillers. In her mother tongue - Italian - she has already published six novels, plus a historical essay. For many years she has been in the board of ... Read full author bio >
"The intriguing Italian setting, rife with equal amounts of beautiful scenery and political upheaval...will keep readers engaged"
Connell J. J. Chambers, poet, was born in Dublin, Ireland into a family where literature and poetry were an important part of daily life and where he honed his passion ... Read full author bio >
". . . a harrowing account of a two-year trial with an obsessed, predatory stalker. . . Alarming and unsettling; readers should brace themselves for a riveting chronicle of extreme psychopathic illness-and lock their doors."
Dan Ford was born in Hancock New York in November of 1937. He served in the U.S. Air Force as a meteorological observer, from 1954 through 1958 and traveled ... Read full author bio >
"Ford smoothly unfurls the story, though readers may find the book’s opening third a bit meandering. Once the action picks up, however, the book becomes a thoughtful and involving read, part philosophical discussion, part Tim LaHaye–style spiritual thriller."
Happily married with three brilliant children, I am a fifty something retired cop.
I love to read; almost anything. Particular favourites: James Lee Burke, Elmore Leonard, Alafair Burke, Sophie Hannah ... Read full author bio >
"A truly instructive debut characterized by heart, wit and restraint."
Jay Fitzpatrick is a former Marine Assault-man with combat experience in Vietnam.
His specialty was Rockets and Demolitions.
After graduating from college, where he majored in architecture, Jay went on ... Read full author bio >
"Fitzpatrick’s debut political thriller untangles the depths of government corruption in the event of a terrorist attack on the United States’ major cities.
Tommy Burk, a Vietnam veteran and general tough guy, gets pulled into the thick of a terrorist attack when he gets called in by his old commander, New York City’s Police Commissioner Riley. As the American Muslim Brotherhood sets forest fires across America, three ticking bombs also imminently threaten New York, Chicago and LA-that is, until Burk proves them duds. This revelation embarrasses an inept, crooked federal government, led by the fumbling President Hilton, who quickly tries to frame Burk as the villain despite his heroic deeds. By the time the fiendish vice president orders a 9/11-esque attack on a Saudi skyscraper and then pays the fatal price for his actions, the government has really lost control. After repeatedly escaping capture and even death, Burk, Riley and their newfound ally, reporter Kelly Sullivan, become real heroes. Fitzpatrick’s fast-paced narrative is full of sharp turns, many of which are charmingly unbelievable…."
J.M. Erickson earned his bachelor's degree from Boston College, majoring in psychology and sociology, masters degree from Simmons School of Social Work, and post-graduate certification program in psychological ... Read full author bio >
"A gripping story featuring well-constructed characters, poignant moral dilemmas and a chillingly realistic dystopian future."
Malibu resident Kurt Kamm has used his contact with CalFire, Los Angeles County and Ventura County Fire Departments, and the ATF, as well as his experience in several ... Read full author bio >
"Code Blood - A disturbing fictional trip to the dark underside of Los Angeles life…An assured, very memorable LA thriller, with an appealing hero readers will want to meet again.
One Foot in the Black - A determined loner battles both California wildfires and memories of a difficult childhood… A turbulent, thoughtful story of putting out fires, both personal and professional."
“After earning an MD degree at Creighton University School of Medicine, and completing a medical internship, my wife Alyce, and our first born child Geri, joined the Navy. I served ... Read full author bio >
"...A compelling medical drama, written in taut prose, that addresses with tact, humor, poignancy and sophistication the question of what individuals in desperate circumstances owe to each other."
Alan A. Winter is one of those richly gifted people who is able to accomplish a lot and do it well. He wears many hats: novelist, lecturer, teacher, entrepreneur, and ... Read full author bio >
"Winter’s (Someone Else’s Son, 2013) tense, tightly plotted novel opens with an exceptionally effective dramatic hook: Two men—one Christian, one Muslim—perch in hidden spots on rooftops above Jerusalem’s Western Wall, patiently waiting for an elaborate ceremony to start."
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