Debut Authors

Shadow of Doubt by Nancy Cole Silverman

Things that go Bump in the Night and Bodiless Voices that Haunt Me A Journey into a Writer’s Mind By Nancy Cole Silverman My father helped me to make my first crystal…

Conch Town Girl by Daniel J. Barrett

By Christine Goff In preparation for writing his first novel, CONCH TOWN GIRL, Daniel J. Barrett’s read over 1,500 books, all in the last several years. Upon completion, Barrett’s debut work found…

How We Fall by Kate Brauning

By Christina Ironstone A rural Missouri girl, Kate Brauning fell in love with writing at a young age. She was that child who practically lived in the library, discovering all its treasures.…

Jesus Jackson by James Ryan Daley

By Brian Knight and Ellie Knight Jonathan Stiles is a fourteen-year-old atheist who is coping with his first day of ninth grade at the fervently religious St. Soren’s Academy when his idolized…

The Monarch by Jack Soren

By Jeremy Burns Jack Soren may be a new name to thriller readers, but he’s no stranger to the genre. A lifelong aficionado of the genre, Soren has finally thrown his hat…

Dressed to Kill by Charles Alvarez

By J. H. Bográn In DRESSED TO KILL, Victor Espinoza, a short, youthful LAPD patrol officer, is sent undercover as a cross-dresser to catch a serial killer. His ambition to become a…

Chasing the Dollar by Ellie Ashe

By Cathy Clamp “We find the defendant not guilty,” is an instant attention grabber for the opening line of a new thriller series. But there’s more. While Miranda Vaughn might have walked…

Ryder by Nick Pengelley

By Jeff Ayers In Nicholas Pengelley’s first novel, RYDER, Ayesha Ryder bears the scars of strife in the Middle East. Now her past is catching up to her as she races to…

Dead of Autumn by Sherry Knowlton

By Rick Reed In DEAD OF AUTUMN, Alexa Williams is a successful lawyer who volunteers weekly at a women’s clinic. One autumn day she takes Scout, her giant English Mastiff, into the…

Night of the Jaguar by Joe Gannon

By Austin Camacho It seems mystery is more mysterious and thrills more thrilling if set in a foreign place and time. Anyone who doesn’t believe that hasn’t read Joe Gannon’s impressive debut…

Death in Nostalgia City by Mark S. Bacon

By Jeff Ayers “Stressed out” has been Lyle Deming’s default setting for years, but now the ex-cop is escaping the anxieties of police work by driving a cab in a new theme…

Prodigious Savant by J.J. White

By Dan Levy It was the late W.C. Fields who said, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Then quit. There’s no point in being a damn fool about it.”…

The Foundation by Steve P. Vincent

By Basil Sands Ladies and Gentlemen, I introduce you to Steve P. Vincent, the author of the new action-packed tale of international intrigue ripped right from the headlines, THE FOUNDATION. Or as…

Turnaround / Shallow Secrets by Rick Ollerman

By Hank Schwaeble If there’s something readers love more than a fresh read in their favorite genre, it’s two fresh reads. Stark House Press has delivered just that for mystery fans with…

Five Days Left by Julie Lawson Timmer

By Lynne Constantine What if you had to say goodbye to everyone you loved in just five short days? Debut author Julie Lawson Timmer’s riveting novel FIVE DAYS LEFT takes you on…

Last Words by Rich Zahradnik

By J. H. Bográn LAST WORDS opens with New York City on the brink of bankruptcy, rumbles in the Bronx, and newsman Coleridge Taylor roaming police precincts and ERs in search of…

Mr. Wicker by Maria Alexander

By J. H. Bográn I first met author Maria Alexander in the hallways of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City during the 2010 ThrillerFest. We exchanged book pitches and business cards. Hers…

Stinking Rich by Rob Brunet

By Azam Gill STINKING RICH is the long-awaited debut novel by an author already known for his short fiction. From web producer to short-story writer to novelist, Rob Brunet’s talent just seems…

Black Chalk by Christopher J. Yates

By Kay Kendall Calling all anglophiles plus fans of psychological thrillers and Oxbridge novels! Here is a dandy book for you by Christopher J. Yates. Even figuring out the title’s meaning provides…

Dead Don’t Lie by L.R. Nicolello

By Christina Ironstone L.R. Nicolello packs a 1-2-3 punch with DEAD DON’T LIE, her debut novel featuring Detective Evelyn Davis, a profiler for the Seattle P.D. In this exciting debut, Evelyn is…

The Undying by Ethan Reid

By Derek Gunn Ethan Reid has the honour of being the premier release for the new Simon451 imprint from Simon & Schuster that will be launching in 2014. While I am sure…

Who R U Really? by Margo Kelly

By Brian Knight and Ellie Knight When Thea discovers a new role-playing game online, she breaks her parents’ rules to play. In the world of the game, Thea falls for an older…

The Life We Bury by Allen Eskens

By Valerie Constantine If you’re seeking an intelligent and compelling story with characters that will capture you from the start, look no further than Allen Eskens’s first book, THE LIFE WE BURY.…

Sabotage by Matt Cook

By Kay Kendall Debut author Matt Cook combines piracy on the high seas, electromagnetic pulse technology, and terrorist ambitions to form a dazzling thriller. Thrown together in a dramatic stew of a…

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