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Book Review of Warrior: A Seventeen Series Thriller, by A.D. Starrling

Reviewed by Jenny Heslop When a team of scientists find an ancient tomb in Northern Africa Dimitri Resnick knows it’s the one he has been searching for all his life – which for an immortal is a very long time. But at the tomb’s opening Resnick’s team discover it has already been looted, and recently. […]

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Book Review of The Disembodied by Anthony Hains

“The Gray Man has a long history. No one knows when he started appearing or even who he is–or was. There are speculations, mind you, but like every other speculation, there’s nothing beyond legend and old sea–captain yarns. He is a ghost–that much is known-and unlike some ghosts, if you see him, you know that […]

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Author Interviews: Anthony Hains and The Disembodied

Anthony Hains, professor of counseling psychology with specialisation in  Pediatric Psychology. I am a professor of counseling psychology with a specialization in pediatric psychology. My research and professional interests involve working with adolescents, especially those living with chronic medical conditions. My latest novel, , is a Kindle Scout winner and published by Kindle Press. A […]

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Author Interviews: Rachel Amphlett and Scared to Death

My name is Rachel Amphlett, I’m originally from the UK and currently living in Australia I write crime thrillers and espionage thrillers. My latest novel, the first in the Detective Kay Hunter series, is called  and will be published in December. When and why did you start writing? I’d always been keen on writing whilst […]

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Author Interviews: Jason Pellegrini and Booth

Jason Pellegrini, who received overwhelmingly positive feedback amongst readers on Amazon and Goodreads with his debut novel, The Replacement, releases his second novel this November. , Pellegrini’s latest release is an intense story of a man’s journey to the past to earn redemption for his damned soul. When and why did you start writing? I’ve […]

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Book Excerpt: The Mist Stage Two – The Culmination by Nagwa Malik

The Mist Stage Two: The Culmination by Nagwa Malik Book Excerpt

‘If it wasn’t for the army interfering and keeping tabs, this country would have been bought and sold a hundred times over by especially this family. They seem to think they own the whole damn place because the US is paying them to expand their business.’ ‘Actually it is everyone- not just the US. China, […]

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How to Keep a Thriller Thrilling by Nagwa Malik

Nagwa Malik How to Keep a Thriller Thrilling

Guest post by Nagwa Malik Writing a thriller, any thriller, is actually much easier than writing a mystery, for example. The thrill is basically the emotion one feels when one’s in suspense, when one’s heart beats faster – or not at all. It is a state of agitation, a state of nerves. Any little thing can […]

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Author Interviews: Luana Ehrlich and Three Weeks in Washington: A Titus Ray Thriller

Three Weeks in Washington: A Titus Ray Thriller Luana Ehrlich

I’m Luana Ehrlich, the author of Titus Ray Thrillers, a series of espionage fiction featuring CIA intelligence officer, Titus Ray, who comes to faith in Christ after living with some Iranian Christians following a botched mission in Tehran, Iran. In One Night in Tehran, Book I in the series, Titus goes on the run from […]

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Author Interviews: L.K. Kuhl and Chasm

L.K. Kuhl Author Interviews

For those of you who don’t know me, I’m L.K. Kuhl. I live in Nebraska with my husband of twenty-nine years, young son, Nathan, and Greg, our Black Lab dog. I have two older daughters, Morgan and Brittani and son-in-law, Trevor. I have been writing for over twenty years. I first began writing children’s books and poetry, moved on to […]

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Author Interviews: Louise Jensen and The Sister: A Gripping Psychological Thriller

My name’s Louise Jensen and my debut novel, a psychological thriller, is called The Sister and will be published on July 7th by Bookouture. I also blog flash fiction regularly. There’s something about fitting a beginning, middle and end into 100 words that’s addictive! You can connect with Louise on her website louisejensen.co.uk and on Twitter […]

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Author Interviews: Randall Wood and Closure

Author Interviews Randall Wood

Who am I? I’m Randall Wood, I write the Jack Randall series of political thrillers. My first novel Closure came out in 2009 and I became a full-time author three years later after my third book Scarcity was published. Since then I’ve added another full novel, a collection of short stories surrounding the main characters, […]

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To Write a Thrilling Thriller By Alistair Cross

Alistair Cross To Write a Thrilling Thriller

Guest Post By Alistair Cross Generally speaking, the mystery novel’s goal is to solve a crime while thrillers seek to prevent it, but never having been big on following rules and regulations, my collaborator Tamara Thorne and I fiendishly merged these standards together for our latest release, Mother. We eagerly thrust our protagonists, expectant couple […]

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Author Interviews: Jane Isaac and Before It’s Too Late

Jane Isaac Author Interviews

Hi! My name is Jane Isaac and I live in rural Northamptonshire, UK with my husband, daughter and dog, Bollo. I write detective fiction with a psychological edge. Feel free to connect with me at www.janeisaac.co.uk, Twitter and Facebook. Jane shares her early experiences on the trials and tribulations of writing and getting a publishing […]

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Author Interviews: Tamara Thorne and Mother

Author Interview with Tamara Thorne

Tamara Throne, introduce yourself, your books and your writing style to our readers I’ve loved ghost stories and folklore my entire life and began collecting books of both around first grade. My mother read to me from day one, every day, until I could read to her, so I was a very early reader and […]

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Why We Love Multiple Points of View By Tamara Thorne

Tamara Thorne Why We Love Multiple Points of View

Guest Post by Tamara Thorne When Alistair Cross and I began writing our psychological thriller, Mother, we had only four characters in mind. Priscilla Martin (Mother herself), her daughter Claire, Claire’s husband, Jason, and Morning Glory Circle, the street where the action takes place. (For us, location is a character as important as any other.) […]

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Author Interviews: Alistair Cross and Mother

Author Interviews Alistair Cross

Alistair Cross, introduce yourself and your writing to our readers I was born in a single cemetery town that liked to call itself “historic” and began plotting my escape by the age of three. My dreams of living in the “big city” fueled my imagination and set me on the writing course, which continues to […]

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Author Interviews: Timothy Hallinan and King Maybe (A Junior Bender Mystery)

Author Interviews Timothy Hallinan

Timothy Hallinan, for those who don’t know you, introduce yourself, your writing and your books Well, I started writing under my own name in the 1990s after turning out six or seven novels under different names on a work-for-hire basis. In 1990 I wrote a mystery called The Four Last Things under my own name, […]

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Author Interviews: Matthew FitzSimmons and Poisonfeather

Author Interviews Matthew FitzSimmons

My name is Matthew FitzSimmons. I live and write in Washington DC, where I taught high school English for a decade before writing . The Short Drop debuted on Kindle first in November and in paperback on December 1st. It’s the first Gibson Vaughn novel and centers on a cold case involving a childhood friend […]

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Author Interviews: Kristina Rienzi and Winter Road – A Suspense Thriller

Author Interviews Kristina Rienzi

here! I’m a Jersey Shore girl with a dark mind and a passion for wine. I’ve been scaring myself since elementary school when I started writing short stories most kids my age wouldn’t have been allowed to read. I’m still enamored with the dark side of life, only now I’m exploring it in the gritty […]

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Author Interviews: James P. Sumner and A Necessary Kill

Author Interviews

My name is James P. Sumner. I live in the north of England and I write a series of action thrillers about a former soldier-turned-hitman named Adrian Hell.  I wanted my books to stand out, to be different, so they’re written in the first person, in the present tense. You see what’s happening at the […]

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Author Interviews: Darryl Donaghue and Death’s Privilege – A Sarah Gladstone Thriller

Darryl Donaghue is a former detective from London, England, and he’s written two crime fiction novels. , was published in December 2014, and the sequel, , was released in January 2016. The series follows Sarah Gladstone, a police officer at the start of her career, as she learns the ropes, becomes a detective and encounters […]

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Author Interviews: A.D. Starrling and Writing Paranormal Action Thrillers

A.D. Starrling Author Photo

Hi, I’m A.D. Starrling, the author of the award-winning, paranormal action thriller series Seventeen. I am also a part-time Neonatologist. I started writing at the age of twelve, put things on hold when I went to medical school at twenty, and returned to writing again ten years ago. I started publishing in 2012 and have […]

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Author interview with Greg Barron

My name is Greg Barron, I’ve got three novels and a short story out with HarperCollins. All my published works are international thrillers based on recent events. I’m an ordinary guy in my forties who likes to travel and find out about things. I’m a news junkie and enjoy outdoor pursuits such as boating and […]

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Author interview with Roger Smith

Roger Smith Author Interviews

Roger Smith’s thrillers , Sacrifices, Capture, Dust Devils, Wake Up Dead, & are published in eight languages and two are in development as movies. He also writes horror under the alias Max Wilde. When did you first start writing and how did you go about starting your first novel? I wrote my first (very short) crime novel […]

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