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Derek Graystone is the Author of Two Graves

By Wrp68, published on Sep 30, 2012

... charity. In 2002, Derek quit his day job and started his own office automation and Internet presence company and a relaxation massage business with his wife. Derek is also a Reiki Master as well as having a successful online Wiccan business. Derek's first book, The Schliemann Legacy, is a spy thriller involving Nazis, terrorists and the hunt for the treasures of Troy. Derek followed up with Two Graves, a crime novel about a serial killer who is killing look-alikes of the people who bullied and terrorized him in his youth. Derek is planning to release the next in the Kesle PD series called... (more)

Tags: crime, author, suspense, thriller, independent, ebook

Terry Rich Hartley, author of Armageddon Yellowstone

By Wrp68, published on Apr 7, 2012

...visions of disaster...A rash of murderous behavior in two small townsA cavern concealing clandestine paramilitary maneuvers...A vast, deep reservoir of fiery molten rock threatening the heart of North America...

Armageddon Yellowstone: Hell Unleashed, the stunning new science fiction thriller from award-winning writer Terry Rich Hartley, author of Paranoia on River Road, The Ditchrider's Daughter, Whisper, and Whisper II: The Books.

eBooks and audiobooks available.

Reviews:

“This is a full slate of a story. It is a feat in and of itself that the author, Terry ... (more)

Tags: writer, ebooks, science fiction, author, sci-fi, thriller, psychological thriller, audiobooks

Kenneth Hoss is the Author of Storm Rising

By Wrp68, published on Mar 8, 2012

Storm Rising – A Kelli Storm Novel takes place in and around the 33rd Precinct of the NYPD in Washington Heights, NYC. Detective Second Grade Kelli Storm became a Police Officer to follow in her father’s footsteps, a Detective with the 34th Precinct, who was murdered twenty-one years earlier. During the course of a murder investigation, she finds an unexpected link to her father’s killer. During the course of investigating several murders, Kelli shoots and kills the daughter of a retired Drug Kingpin. Soon her life is threatened, her mother kidnapped and her partner and his wife are killed.... (more)

Tags: police, detective, mystery, suspense, thriller, ebook, homicide, nypd, murder investigation, kelli storm

Book review: Gods and Fathers

By Donna Brown, published on Feb 9, 2012

...believes is innocent. Doing so will require him to quit his job and make enemies of former friends – and it will throw him up against forces he barely knew existed and can only begin to comprehend how to battle. Gods and Fathers is at once a powerful mystery and a provocative international thriller, all of it presented with LePore's signature fascinating characters placed in dire circumstances where every choice poses new and potentially fatal challenges.

Review: Gods and Fathers starts with Matt DeMarco trying his first ever murder case: successfully, as it turns out.... (more)

Tags: book review, thriller, james lepore, gods and fathers

Review of The Ordinary Life and Extraordinary Death

By Allbooks Review , published on Feb 4, 2012

I’m advising readers to read, re-read, and study the ending of this book because it is, in my estimation, pure literary genius. Not an easy job, conveying a dying man’s myriad thoughts and interactions throughout a whole novel in a manner that keeps the reader turning pages, but the author does it with a cerebral, yet tongue-in-cheek style that smacks a little of J.D. Salinger. Yep, it’s that good.

Josh Turner is dying, a painful and slow cancerous death. His mind whirls with amazing insights and he examines his fears and philosophies even as he’s forced into a retreat of Coltrane tapes... (more)

Tags: book review, thriller

Review of Covert Element by John L. Betcher

By Allbooks Review , published on Feb 3, 2012

...detail with which the opening scenes were written. The detail with which the soldiers who carried out the raid provided a plausible reality of how such feats are accomplished relying on limited supply without the fantasies provided to us by Hollywood.

The foundation of this admirable thriller though is the display of the entrepreneurial spirit of the drug traffickers/manufacturers. They know all too well that is far easier and way more profitable to shorten lines of supply. If the drug can be manufactured close to the source of consumption then the risk of law enforcement... (more)

Tags: review, thriller

Paul Anthony Pens Espionage Thrillers and Murder Mysteries

By Wrp68, published on Jan 8, 2012

...guitar badly. He also enjoys running, kettlebells, athletics, keeping fit, dining out and dining in, keeping Koi carp, and following politics, economics and social sciences. He is married and has three adult children and five grandchildren.

The Books

Bushfire

A terrifying thriller of greed and deceit. The action spans the oceans; from Northern Ireland, to Portugal, from Colombia to the British Isles, and is set against the inferno of a raging drugs culture. Cumbrian undercover detective, Boyd, working with two Portuguese investigators, a determined female British... (more)

Tags: literature, author, mystery, suspense, thriller, kindle, espionage, murder mystery, ebook

Book review: Brilliant Prey - Brenda Wallace

By Donna Brown, published on Dec 29, 2011

...after. Having applied to Mensa, more to distract her than anything else, she finds herself faced with macabre puzzles that are of a much more disturbing tone than befits the organisation. Could it be that someone is trying to reach her for more sinister reasons?

This intriguing mystery/thriller follows Lauren as she attempts to put the pieces of the puzzle together, whilst trying to cope her with own emotions as she faces up to her own tragedies.

Wallace has received criticism for some complex aspects of the novel and the introduction of too many characters. On the contrary, I ... (more)

Tags: book review, thriller, brenda wallace, brilliant prey

Mark Tufo is the Author of the Zombie Fallout Series

By Wrp68, published on Dec 16, 2011

The Books.

Zombie Fallout

It was a flu season like no other. With fears of contracting the H1N1 virus running rampant throughout the country, people lined up in droves to try an attain one of the coveted vaccines. What was not known, was the effect this largely untested, rushed to market, inoculation was to have on the unsuspecting throngs. Within days, feverish folk throughout the country, convulsed, collapsed and died, only to be re-born. With a taste for brains, blood and bodies, these modern day zombies scoured the lands for their next meal. Overnight the country became a... (more)

Tags: adventure, horror, plague, apocalypse, thriller, zombies, zombie fallout

Book Review: The Fright Factory by William Potter

By Wrp68, published on Sep 24, 2011

...brutal violence to keep his captives performing. The Fright Factory touches our most primary emotion: fear, and our primitive response to it: fight or flight. It asks us to question how far we would go in order to save our loved ones. Could you kill a friend to save your spouse? Equal parts thriller and horror, The Fright Factory delivers the goods to those who enjoy fast paced suspense on the chilling side. A quick read that will keep you involved and entertained from beginning to end. Reviewed and highly Recommended by Glenn Cruickshank.

About the author

William R. Potter ... (more)

Tags: horror, action, suspense, thriller, chiller, suspense fiction

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