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But Hidden Sands is not as the brochure promises. She was sent there to disappear. Author August Norman grew up in central Indiana, but his adopted home has been Los Angeles for the past 20 years. Here, he sits down with The Big Thrill to answer a few questions about his heart-pounding debut. You have written and appeared in movies, television, and stage. Which of these formats do you enjoy the most, and would you rather perform or write for them?

As a writer, no one can stop you from creating art. As far as formats, I love the constraints of TV and film, since you really need to tell your story quickly. Seven strangers in a mansion on a luxurious private island. Odd accidents. One by one, they fall. Agatha Christie? Think again. Miriam Macy, a year-old black woman, accepts an offer to take part in a reality show, only to discover there is something sinister on Mictlan Island, located somewhere in the Sea of Cortez. Stag Maguire, a burnt-out journalist hardly able to prop himself up in the wake of tragedy, agrees to help a friend move.

Curious, Stag and his friend begin to research the address and whoever might have written the message. They trace the address to an apartment, a sealed time capsule that has not been lived in since And from one phone call to that apartment, the men unleash a nefarious plot and brutal security forces long thought vanquished.

Forty years ago, archaeologist Rachel Careski discovered an ancient scroll, which threatened the power of the Church. But Soren is dead. This is a pattern I see in a lot of thrillers. Those separate storylines juggle many characters, and in less deft hands, it might be hard to keep so many balls in the air.

Towles makes it look easy. Dangerous men. Men who have hurt the women they claim to love. And Nikki likes to teach those men a lesson, to teach them what it feels like to be hurt and helpless, so she can be sure that their victims are safe from them forever. Karen tells Nikki that there are people after her. The Big Thrill caught up to S. Next to the dead man is a note that declares: Allahu Akbar.

Trying to shake the gruesome discovery, Alexa returns to her busy law practice and personal life. He and Alexa are tiptoeing through a delicate dance as they rekindle the spark between them. Alexa is also taking Krav Maga classes at a local studio for self-protection. The studio owner, the widow of a soldier killed in the Iraq War, is fast becoming a friend.

When the police arrest the oldest son of the refugee family for the murders, her Syrian clients become the focus of mounting anti-Muslim rage, and a dangerous militia group targets Alexa. One dark night in the dead of winter, Alexa discovers how all these threads intersect, and she must race to stop an attack that could kill hundreds. If she fails, she could lose everyone she loves. The power grid and other support systems fail.

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Wynter must carry the samples to a Colorado scientist in hopes of stopping the virus, but threats pile on like snowdrifts, and success is far from guaranteed. Fifty years after the epic night in that forever changed his life, Oliver Cross is fresh out of jail, passing his final days in a bitter stew of prescription pills, back pain, and regret. But when he learns his granddaughter has vanished—a wild-child who reminds him of his dead wife, bless her hell-raising heart—Oliver jumps parole and hits the blacktop to find his granddaughter and bring her home. Running from his parole officer and a Russian drug lord, Oliver races across America on a road trip fueled by the diesel fumes of a Ford F, the voice of his dead wife, and his own raging disappointments.

Fifteen years ago Ellen Smith vanished from the woods near her small Welsh village. Never to be seen again. Eight people were in the woods that night: eight splintered lives, eight people hiding a terrible secret. But who can remember the truth? Filled with shocking discoveries and traumatic memories, this fast paced thriller is perfect for fans of Friend Request and Close to Home.

Author D. His lead character, Ronan McCullough, falls squarely into the category of those trying to improve things. In fact, Parker—a former journalism major—was inspired by an article he read in Time magazine about entrepreneur Elizabeth Homes. A one-time darling of Silicon Valley, Homes vowed that her company, Theranos, would revolutionize blood analysis with a state-of-the-art testing device and a simple drop of blood. What if you came home to find a stranger living in your house? Kimber Hannon imagines she has complete control over her life, until she comes home to find that her house key no longer opens her front door.

A man is living in her house. I saw what you did. He wants to come into her carefully orchestrated life—and destroy it. By Terri Nolan. Lana Madison is a college-age woman searching for her twin sister, Dania. They have opposite personalities: one is shy, reserved, and always does the right thing; the other is outgoing, fearless, and pushes boundaries.

But their sisterly bond moves past biology and crosses the threshold into the psychological realm. They share emotions and memories. These brief flashes of experience have driven Lana for the last three years as she seeks Dania and the men who abducted her. Lana views these snapshots as proof of life.

They also provide clues that fill the gaps of her own remembrances from the fateful night Dania disappeared. The authors recently took some time to sit down with The Big Thrill and answer a few questions about their latest collaboration. From the Sahara Desert to Iceland to the United States, the bodies pile up, and long-buried secrets threaten to destroy the people she loves most. Halvorssen is an internationally-recognized expert on environmental issues, particularly climate change.

She has authored numerous scholarly publications. Her dissertation was nominated for the Harold and Margaret Sprout Award in She also assists in the UN climate change negotiations. Halvorssen exposes the greedy practices that cause climate change and the people who cover it up and destroy the world in the process.

This suspenseful tale carries more truth than fiction. In a nutshell, she wants to reach a larger audience. The years that author Tim Washburn spent working in the television business are demonstrated in the cinematic scope and feel of his thrillers, which feature the struggle for survival in the face of cataclysmic disasters. Some of these disasters come compliments of Mother Nature, others from human machinations. But all are disturbingly plausible. Or maybe, like so many of us, he just likes a good, heart-pounding read.

Achieving that balance is no easy task—especially for an author without a high-tech background. I try to be accurate about the technology I do include, yet I try to use it as sparingly as possible. When the mysterious Joshua offers him the opportunity to go back and fix his mistakes, Walt is willing to risk everything for a second chance—even if it means reliving the tragic death of his parents.

But as the saying goes, if something seems too good to be true, it usually is.

Mayer is an Ontario-based author whose debut title, The Suffering , was released in November Between promoting his newest release and getting his next novel ready for publication, Mayer took time to answer some questions for The Big Thrill. By Charles Salzberg. Chamberlin, opens with a bang. Evil can lurk anywhere—including in the opioid epidemic of today—if allowed to take root. The novel is less about the treachery of war than about dangers that were averted and the victories sustained for our safeguard today. When a volcanic eruption in Iceland grounds all European flights, Anna meets a man, Will, who will change her life.

She is soon sucked into a Baltic quagmire of sex trafficking and Russian mobsters. Her first, Dare to Remember , was published in Beard spent time with The Big Thrill this month to share more about the inspiration for her latest release:. What inspired you to write fiction in general, and psychological thrillers in particular? Working with PR clients always involves writing this piece of copy about that subject. As a novelist, I discovered the wonder and freedom of using my imagination in my work. I am in awe of Dan Simmons. Wright is a rare and blazing talent. Dead Lines Greg Bear "A really excellent novel.

And even harder to forget. The Weatherman Weatherman , book 1 Steve Thayer "One of the highest take-off points of any novel in recent memory.

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Undone Michael Kimball "Sly, sexy, suspenseful I loved this novel. Players Clay Reynolds "Ingenious Leaves readers gasping and eager for more.

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Great stuff. Bloodstream Tess Gerritsen " She is better than Palmer, better than Cook Indigo Graham Joyce "Clever, engrossing, and very scary. I was up until one in the morning. If you're going to read a single suspenser in , make it this one. I simply couldn't put it down. I was hooked myself, from page one. The book is full of nasty jolts and turns, including one of the most hair-raising murder scenes ever written.

Westlake shines I wasn't able to put it down. Splendid suspense. You'll find yourself afraid to turn off the light after seven chapters, and after eleven, you may find yourself wondering if the person lying next to you when you do darken the room is someone you really know or a dangerous stranger Gravediggers' Party Gahan Wilson "Genuine weirdness combined with wit and intelligence. It's great fun to watch them sparkle and fizz into glorious full-color wirdness. In fact, this may be the best series of British novels since the novels of Patrick O'Brian. Try one and tell me I'm wrong. The Memory of Running Ron McLarty "This is a book that can do more than walk; it has a chance to be a breakout bestseller Smithy is an American original, worthy of a place on the shelf just below your Hucks, your Holdens, your Yossarians.

Nightworlds William F Nolan "An expert in the art of scaring the hell out of people. There's no baby, but oh baby, there is one creepy little lost girl that kept me turning the pages long after I should have gone to bed. This one's a keeper. Temeraire Temeraire , book 1 Naomi Novik "Temeraire is a terrifically entertaining fantasy novel. Not if you've read this wonderful, arresting novel. There is a lot of uplift here, but Homes's deadpan delivery keeps it from feeling greeting-card phony. So does the novel's ambience, which is 21st-century L. And hey, maybe it will save somebody's life. Sharp Objects Gillian Flynn "To say this is a terrific debut novel is really too mild.

I haven't read such a relentlessly creepy family saga since John Farris's All Heads Turn as the Hunt Goes By , and that was thirty years ago, give or take. Sharp Objects isn't one of those scare-and-retreat books; its effect is cumulative.

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I found myself dreading the last thirty pages or so but was helpless to stop turning them. Then, after the lights were out, the story just stayed there in my head, coiled and hissing, like a snake in a cave. An admirably nasty piece of work, elevated by sharp writing and sharper insights. Half the Blood of Brooklyn Joe Pitt , book 3 Charlie Huston "One of the most remarkable prose stylists to emerge from the noir tradition in this century. The Mayor's Tongue Nathaniel Rich "An elegantly structured, brilliantly told novel, by turns terrifying, touching, and wildly funny, and always generous and magical.

Kudos to Nathaniel Rich, who has created a brave book, a novel brimming with brio. Gone Gone , book 1 Michael Grant "Gone is an exciting, high-tension story told in a driving, torrential narrative that never lets up. This is great fiction. I love this book. I couldn't stop reading.

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Ordinary Thunderstorms William Boyd "Boyd's deft combination of suspense and literature makes it the pick of the litter. Mr Peanut Adam Ross "It induced nightmares in this reader, no mean feat. The Passage Passage , book 1 Justin Cronin "Read fifteen pages and you will find yourself captivated; read thirty and you will find yourself taken prisoner and reading late into the night. It has the vividness that only epic works of fantasy and imagination can achieve.

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What else can I say? This: read this book and the ordinary world disappears. Karen Russell's Swamplandia! This book will not leave my mind. The Terror of Living Urban Waite "A hell of a good novel, relentlessly paced and beautifully narrated. There's just no letup. The Influence Bentley Little "The horror poet laureate. This is old-school horror at its best. Tom Cooper has written one hell of a novel. The Deadlands Benjamin Percy "You will not come across a finder work of sustained imagination this year. The structure is brilliant, and I turned the pages with increasing dread.

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This book is terrific. I haven't read anything so terrifying since Red Dragon. Funny and scary. If you liked Gone Girl, you'll like this. Rosy and John Pierre Lemaitre "A really excellent suspense novelist. The writing is smooth and often remarkable. The way Finn plays off this totally original story against a background of film noir is both delightful and chilling. Unamerica Cody Goodfellow "Cody Goodfellow knows how to chill your blood Please email webmaster fantasticfiction. Cain Rose Up Here There Be Tygers The Reaper's Image Graveyard Shift I Am the Doorway Battleground The Mangler The Boogeyman Gray Matter [short story] Trucks Night Surf Sometimes They Come Back The Lawnmower Man Salem's Lot excerpt Strawberry Spring I Know What You Need The Ledge The Cat from Hell The Man Who Loved Flowers One for the Road The Gunslinger [short story] Jerusalem's Lot The Last Rung on the Ladder The Night of the Tiger Nona Quitters, Inc.

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