International Suspense

Murder in Saint-Germain by Cara Black

Paris, July 1999: Private investigator Aimée Leduc is walking through Saint-Germain when she is accosted by Suzanne Lesage, a Brigade Criminelle agent on an elite counterterrorism squad. Suzanne has just returned from…

Incognito by Khaled Talib

By Tom O’Brien Khaled Talib is a former international journalist. In his new thriller, INCOGNITO, he takes us on an international journey to find a kidnapped pope. Any interesting stories about your…

Bloody Paradise by Jame DiBiasio

By Renee James Jame DiBiasio is an American journalist and author who moved to Hong Kong twenty years ago and has remained in Asia ever since. His second novel, BLOODY PARADISE, is…

Painted Doll by Jonelle Patrick

When Tokyo Detective Kenji Nakamura’s phone rings with the news that his mother’s death ten years ago wasn’t an accident, his world begins to unravel. New evidence links her to a young…

Outside the Lines by Sheila Lowe

By Sheila Lowe In the sixth book of the Forensic Handwriting mysteries, what should have been a routine afternoon on the witness stand for handwriting expert Claudia Rose turns into a shocking…

Tier One by Brian Andrews & Jeff Wilson

Writing a Military Thriller with Potent Authenticity By Nancy Bilyeau Something interesting happened at Thrillerfest 2012. A spark turned into a flame, and that flame now blazes atop Amazon’s bestseller list. What specifically…

When the Music’s Over by Peter Robinson

Crime Fiction Ripped From the Headlines By Nancy Bilyeau In 1987, Inspector Allan Banks made his first appearance in the crime novel Gallows View. Canadian author Peter Robinson won glowing reviews for…

Cambodia Noir by Nick Seeley

By J. H. Bográn PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA: the end of the line. Lawless, drug-soaked, forgotten—it’s where bad journalists go to die. For once-great war photographer Will Keller, that’s kind of a mission…

Lost King by H.B. Moore

By H.B. Moore At the age of 14, I met the Coptic pope, Patriarch Shenouda III, who lived in exile in Alexandria. The Coptic Church is the largest Christian religion in the…

The Capitalist by Peter Steiner

By J. H. Bográn In THE CAPITALIST, St. John Larrimer’s fraudulent financial investment is revealed and he flees to his luxurious Caribbean retreat.  The money of course has been safely laundered in…

The First Order by Jeff Abbott

A Deadly Search for the Truth By R. G. Belsky Jeff Abbott left readers eager for more when he ended Inside Man, his last Sam Capra thriller, with a shocking cliffhanger. Sam–a betrayed ex-CIA agent who…

An Unbeaten Man by Brendan Rielly

Brendan Rielly graduated from college with a major in Government and Legal Studies—but as is the case in his family of storytellers, his heart led him to fiction writing at Notre Dame…

Gone Cold by Douglas Corleone

By Eyre Price Douglas Corleone followed an unusual route to becoming an author of legal thrillers. Diving deeply into the wave of courtroom mysteries flooding bookstore shelves in the nineties, he was…

The Lost Concerto by Helaine Mario

What would you do if you discovered that someone you loved and lost decades ago is alive? The Lost Concerto is the story of a widowed concert pianist who is swept up…

The Shadow Cartel by Layton Green

By Eyre Price International man of action, Dominic Grey, has fought cults and criminals all over the globe.  In his next escapade, he takes on THE SHADOW CARTEL.  We recently sat down…

You Will Never Find Me by Robert Wilson

By Azam Gill Robert Wilson’s adrenaline-laced background alone is enough to inspire his fiction: a night-long battle for life without painkillers, being held up at gun-point in Africa, facing a pride of…

The Patriot Threat by Steve Berry

By Jeremy Burns It’s Americans’ favorite time of year: tax season. With a tax code at tens of thousands of pages and an entire industry built up around helping ordinary citizens figure…

City of Blood by Frederique Molay

By Azam Gill CITY OF BLOOD, Frederique Molay’s gripping thriller that held the French enthralled, is now set to work its magic across the spectrum of the English speaking world. In the…

Initiated to Kill by Sharlene Almond

By George Ebey New Zealand resident and author Sharlene Almond brings us INITIATED TO KILL, the first instalment in her new series that blends aspects of history with a modern day twist.…

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,…

Quicksand by Gigi Pandian

By George Ebey Author Gigi Pandian’s latest book, QUICKSAND, gives us the third entry in her Jaya Jones Treasure Hunt series. This time around, Jaya Jones finds herself on the wrong side…

Allure of Deceit by Susan Froetschel

By Sandra Parshall Susan Froetschel’s 2013 novel Fear of Beauty and its just-released sequel, ALLURE OF DECEIT, mark a strong departure from her previous mysteries, leaving more conventional settings behind and immersing…

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