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Interview with Jeremy Robinson, Author of Kronos and the Forthcoming Chess Team Series

“Not only is there non-stop action, smart science and history, but I’ve made a big effort to make characters that the reader cares about…” Read More »

Book Review: The Tenth Case by Joseph Teller

The Tenth Case is a solid entry into the courtroom thriller genre. Read More »

Interview with Sci-Fi Thriller Author Dan Ronco

Dan Ronco's fast-paced, edgy thrillers give the reader a glimpse into a deadly near-future. Read More »

Book Review: Unholy Domain by Dan Ronco

A solid addition to the thriller genre. Read More »

Book Review: The Fourth Watcher by Timothy Hallinan

A tension-filled story that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Read More »

Book Review: The Rosetta Key by William Dietrich

Gage sets off on a roller-coaster adventure, always getting away with a mix of skill, luck, and a heavy dose of resourcefulness. Read More »

Book Review: The Last Oracle by James Rollins

Rollins' book is one of the top thrillers of the year. Read More »

Interview with Atlantis Prophecy Author Thomas Greanias

"Throughout history villainy has sought the imprimatur of history or myth to justify itself." Read More »

Book Review: The Atlantis Prophecy by Thomas Greanias

The story hits the ground running for a fast, fun read - and a grittier, more complex tale than many thrillers. Read More »

Book Review: The Chase by Clive Cussler

An entertaining diversion from the NUMA novels. Read More »