Political Thrillers

The Dogs of War by John Wayne Falbey

They’re here. In America. Thousands of Islamic terrorists committed to a rabid jihad that ends only when they’ve butchered the last man, woman, and child. Worst of all, they have nukes. The…

Retalio by Alison Morton

Early 1980s Vienna. Recovering from a near fatal shooting, Aurelia Mitela, ex-Praetorian and former foreign minister of Roma Nova, chafes at her enforced exile. She barely escaped from her nemesis, the charming…

Season of Lies by Dennis Hetzel

A pitcher. A president. Two men become linked by events when the stakes are highest. The Chicago Cubs have finally won a World Series for the first time since 1908. Now they…

The Year of the Dog by John Wayne Falbey

It’s the Year of the Dog and China is on the offensive, solidifying its dominion throughout Asia and setting its sights on the rest of the planet. The Russian president intensifies his…

Order to Kill by Kyle Mills

After the assassination of Pakistan’s intelligence chief, the government is collapsing and Mitch Rapp is locked in an unwinnable battle to keep the country’s nukes from falling into terrorist hands. It quickly…

The Hidden Reality by Stephen Martino

By J. H. Bográn Since the publication of Stephen Martino’s The New Reality, anticipation for a follow-up has grown exponentially. The new installment, titled THE HIDDEN REALITY, doesn’t disappoint, and is another…

Back Blast by Mark Greaney

By Dawn Ius Thriller readers may best recognize Mark Greaney’s name in conjunction with that of the late Tom Clancy—which by Greaney’s admission, isn’t a bad association. In an all-star roster of legendary…

Track Three by John H. Gibson

By Dan Levy As it happens with many writers, author John Gibson’s love of thrillers began during a childhood spent soaking in the great spy stories and other thriller genres that made…

The Galapagos Agenda by Leonardo Wild

By Leonardo Wild Leonardo Wild’s series of paradigm shift thrillers starts with THE GALAPAGOS AGENDA, his debut novel in English (he has 10 other books published in Spanish and German.) This month,…

Track Three by John H. Gibson

Track Three by John Gibson By Dan Levy   As it happens with many writers, author John Gibson’s love of thrillers began during a childhood spent soaking in the great spy stories…

Nations Divided by Steve P. Vincent

By J. H. Bográn While hosting the 2009 Oscars, Hugh Jackman joked about actors playing characters from other countries receiving nominations while that year he had played an Australian, set in Australia,…

Nation Of Enemies by H. A. Raynes

By Azam Gill In NATION OF ENEMIES, H.A. Raynes’s razor-sharp, double-edged pen thrills, warns, instructs, and entertains with prophetic vision, controlled imagination, and Spartan zeal. On the eve of the 2032 presidential…

State of Emergency by Steve P. Vincent

The Big Thrill sat down with Australian-based political thriller writer Steve P Vincent to talk about his newest release, STATE OF EMERGENCY. Steve is an ITW Debut Author for 2014-15 and he’ll…

State of Attack by Gary Haynes

By Terry DiDomenico We first met Special Agent Tom Dupree in Gary Haynes’s debut thriller, State of Honour. Now thirteen months after he saved the Secretary of State from a politically inspired…

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…

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…

Surviving The Endgame by Alan L. Moss

By Mario Acevedo SURVIVING THE ENDGAME has a ripped-from-the-headlines feel to it. What was the genesis for this story? SURVIVING THE ENDGAME is the sequel to my earlier novel, INSIDIOUS DECEPTION. In…

Undiplomatic Murder by Donald Bain

By George Ebey Author Donald Bain brings us the latest in the Margaret Truman Capital Crimes series, UNDIPLOMATIC MURDER. In this installment, Washington, D.C. PI Robert Brixton’s younger daughter is slaughtered while…

Suspicion by Joseph Finder

By Dawn Ius The entertainment industry overflows with books, movies, and television shows that portray mothers as fierce lionesses, the great protectors of the child. Joseph Finder’s newest thriller, SUSPICION, isn’t that…

Courier by Terry Irving

By Cathy Clamp Before Twitter and Facebook, the fastest way get a story on the news was on a BMW R50/2 motorcycle. In 1972, every network or television station used couriers to…

Graveyard of Memories by Barry Eisler

By Robert Rotstein GRAVEYARD OF MEMORIES, the eighth in Barry Eisler’s compelling John Rain series, recounts how a twenty-year-old Rain transforms from jaded yet callow Vietnam War veteran to legendary assassin. Living…

King and Maxwell by David Baldacci

It seems at first like a simple, tragic story. Tyler Wingo, a teenage boy, learns the awful news that his father, a soldier, was killed in action in Afghanistan. Then the extraordinary…

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