A Divine Wind

Taming a Tornado Anticipating a Trillion Dollar Disruptive Technology A Vision of Peace in the Middle East An Allegory on the Biblical Book of Job
By Norman M. Jacobs MD, MS

Doron ben Avrahim was an Israeli army lieutenant whose parents died in the 9/11 bomb blast. To avenge their deaths, he took on the most dangerous missions. One such adventure took him to Iran, where a terrorist couple captured and imprisoned him in a small...

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A Final Call

By Eliot Parker

A Final Call is a work of fiction in the thriller, crime/mystery, and emotional drama subgenres and was penned by Eliot Parker. The work is suited to the mature adult reading audience owing to the presence of some graphic violence appropriate for the subject matter....

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Anarchy and Other Lies

By Jesse McKinnell

Anarchy and Other Lies by Jesse McKinnell is a dystopian thriller set in a not-too-distant future where resources are scarce, pitting countries against each other on the brink of all-out nuclear warfare. Jake Anderson's life turns upside down when he finds himself unceremoniously fired from...

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An Island of Light

By Timothy S. Johnston

From one of the most talented authors I’ve discovered in the past 2 years, Timothy S. Johnston, comes the fourth book in his series about the new world beneath our oceans, An Island of Light. I’ve had the pleasure of reading all three of Johnston’s...

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As Fate Would Have It

By David M. Brooks

As Fate Would Have It by David M. Brooks is about a man who experiences a bungee-jump gone wrong at the State Fair and sustains an injury to his head after the bungee cord broke. His girlfriend is with him in the accident because they...

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An Autumn Mist

A Thriller of Deception, Danger, and Destiny
By Tony Knapp

An Autumn Mist is a work of fiction in the thriller subgenre and was penned by Tony Knapp. Written for the adult reading audience, this book contains exciting elements of suspense and espionage and some scenes of moderate violence. We follow a trio of central...

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Apricots

By John E. Holloway

Apricots: A War Novel by John E. Holloway is a historically rooted and exquisitely written account from a Marine Lieutenant’s perspective. It conveys his experiences in Grenada and Beirut, Lebanon. Each chapter is headed by direct quotes from the New York Times, the Washington...

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Angels Strange and Beautiful

By Gina Fiametta

Angels Strange and Beautiful is a work of fiction in the Christian and historical fiction sub-genres and was penned by author Gina Fiametta. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience. In a small-town thriller with some high-stakes thrills, we journey to the...

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Autumn Falls

By A.R. Kingston

A.R. Kingston takes us to an isolated island called Autumn Falls, an island shrouded in fog and home to secrets that should never be unearthed. Our protagonist is Charlotte Briggs, a paramedic. On the run with her son and escaping an abusive relationship, she skips...

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A Year in the Life of Andrea Coe

A Psychological Thriller
By Lucinda E. Clarke

Ever do things back to front? I do…and did…when I read book 3 of Lucinda E. Clarke’s psychological thrillers before I read book 2: A Year in the Life of Andrea Coe. But here’s the good news: each book in Clarke’s series is so well...

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