Debut Authors

Debut Spotlight: Shannon Kirk Interviews Robert Rapoza

WHAT ABOUT BOB? By Shannon Kirk Back again for another Debut Spotlight interview, reporting live from Murderers’ Row on Election Tuesday. Thank goodness I had something else to focus on: interviewing Robert…

Debut Spotlight: Nina Mansfield by Alex Dolan

By Alex Dolan I’m jealous of Nina Mansfield, in part because she just moved into a writer’s dream house in Connecticut, complete with stained glass windows, a wraparound staircase, and some eccentric…

Cracks in the Cobblestone by Susan E. Sagarra

Susan E. Sagarra’s debut mystery novel, CRACKS IN THE COBBLESTONE, is the story of two vastly different women who have a mutual obsession with the Titanic tragedy. That calamity presents itself to…

House of Homicide by Eileen Magill

By Abby Normal HOUSE OF HOMICIDE is a battle between good and evil. Our protagonist, Cindy Fairbank, tries to do right by her family but unwittingly puts them in danger when she…

Devil’s Harbor by Alex Gilly

By Alex Gilly When I was a child, I read comics. When I was a teenager, I read books. My parents were both readers, so reading seemed an ordinary thing to do.…

Gemini: The Sign Behind The Crime by Ronnie Allen

By Donald J. Bingle Brooklyn native Ronnie Allen worked for the New York City Department of Education for more than thirty years as a classroom teacher, staff developer, crisis intervention specialist, and…

Eeny Meeny by M. J. Arlidge

With its breakneck pacing and fascinating characters on display from the first page, EENY MEENY opens with a compelling and terrifying premise. A young couple wakes up trapped in an abandoned diving…

Steam, Smoke & Mirrors by Colin Edmonds

By Karen Harper Colin Edmonds is a writer who wears many hats—including his unique debut novel, STEAM, SMOKE & MIRRORS.  A successful script and comedy writer for British TV, he has written a steampunk…

Cash Crash Jubilee by Eli K.P. William

By Steve Turner Welcome to a future world where everything comes with a price tag: actions, ideas, words, and even bodily functions. But this is not a book set in a typically…

Red Gold by Robert D. Kidera

By Basil Sands Ladies and gents I present to you Robert Kidera, author of the awesome new release RED GOLD. A first-person crime thriller that felt like Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, and…

Manhunt by Tyler Anne Snell

By Cathy Clamp Eleven years ago, young Braydon Thatcher was unable to stop a tragic murder, one that hit painfully close to home. Now a detective, Braydon can’t help but notice the…

The Killing Season by Mason Cross

By Mario Acevedo In Mason Cross’s new release, THE KILLING SEASON, the FBI calls upon Carter Blake, a modern high-tech bounty hunter, to track down Caleb Wardell, a serial-killer sniper who escaped…

Snatched from Home by Graham Smith

By Richard Godwin Graham Smith’s SNATCHED FROM HOME is a searing thriller that plunges straight to the heart of fear—leaving you to ponder the terrifying question: What would you do to save…

The Fourth Rule by Douglass Seaver

By Dawn Ius In his twenty-five years as a business executive and management consultant, Douglass Seaver has authored dozens of articles, guest editorials, and even a chapter in a marketing book. Now,…

Past Crimes by Glen Erik Hamilton

By Ian Walkley Glen Erik Hamilton’s debut thriller introduces readers to an exciting new protagonist, Van Shaw, whose military and thieving skills inevitably find him immersed in the high-stakes and violent underworld…

The Defence by Steve Cavanagh

By Ken Isaacson Steve Cavanagh’s debut novel, THE DEFENCE, features con-artist-turned-top-defense-attorney Eddie Flynn. One advance reviewer has told us to imagine The Verdict’s Frank Galvin crossed with The Firm’s Mitch McDeere, and…

Creed by Trisha Leaver & Lindsay Currie

By Brian Knight and Ellie Knight When their car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, Dee, her boyfriend Luke, and Luke’s brother, Mike, seek help in the nearby town of Purity…

Wolf Winter by Cecilia Ekback

By Karen Harper If anyone proves that ITW is international, it is Cecilia Ekback. Her parents are from Lapland; she was born in Sweden, lives in Canada, and has traveled all over…

Little Black Lies by Sandra Block

By Rob Brunet Pastel hospital curtains offer more than a false sense of privacy. We know to look away. We try not to hear the conversation between doctor and patient. It’s personal.…

End of Secrets by Ryan Quinn

By Lynne Constantine You may want to rethink what you do in public—at least if you’re a character in Ryan Quinn’s exciting tech thriller END OF SECRETS, where Hawk, the eye in…

Reluctant Assassin by Ken Oxman

From escaping the marriage clutches of a Spanish beauty to being taken in the night and dumped in an Indian village deep inland along the shores of Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela, debut author…

Amazon Burning by Victoria Griffith

By Victoria Griffith Why this book, now? AMAZON BURNING, my new eco-thriller, is, above all a fun read. But hopefully it’s more than mindless fun. Emma and Jimmy, the main characters, are…

The Black Madonna by Linda Lee Kane

By George Ebey Author Linda Lee Kane brings us thrills with a historical touch in her latest novel, THE BLACK MADONNA. A group known as The Order has been watching college professor…

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