This week ITW tackles the NSA. Join ITW Members Nathaniel Kenyon, Thatcher Robinson and Raymond Khoury as they address the question on everyone’s mind: “Is the fact that the US National Security Agency seems to know everything about everyone end thrillers as we know them?”
Nate Kenyon is the bestselling, award-winning author of Day One (October 2013), about the day machines become sentient and take over New York. Day One received a starred Booklist review and raves from Library Journal and many others. He also writes Diablo III novels for Blizzard Entertainment. He is a member of the Horror Writers Association and International Thriller Writers. He lives in the Boston area. Visit him online at NateKenyon.com.
Thatcher Robinson is a full-time writer. He was previously employed as the chief operating officer of an Internet security firm that develops top-secret cyber warfare materials for the military and various government agencies. Prior to that, he was a software specialist at IBM research laboratories in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. When he’s not writing, he likes to restore classic cars and converse with his cats.
Raymond Khoury resides in London with his wife and two daughters. His books have been translated into over forty languages and, in the case of THE LAST TEMPLAR, adapted for television. For more information on the author and his books, please visit his website, and look for RASPUTIN’S SHADOW on bookstore shelves or in your favorite e-book version today.