Religious thrillers

Icefall: A Dane Maddock Adventure by David Wood

Need a thrill to keep the chill of this winter? David Wood’s novella ICEFALL, the fourth installment in the Dane Maddock Adventure series, is fast-paced thrill ride through a frozen winter landscape.…

The Jihad’s Messiah by Nick Daniels

By Don Helin In his latest novel, The Jihad’s Messiah, author Nick Daniels unleashes a plot so fiendish that New York Times Bestselling Author Joel Richardson says, “The Jihad’s Messiah is a…

The Genesis Key by James Barney

by Gary Kriss So there I was, ogling Lady Gaga’s left upper arm and thinking about James Barney. Yes, that James Barney, the one whose debut novel, The Genesis Key, will be…

The Story in the Stars by Yvonne Anderson

By Diane Holmes Former legal secretary Yvonne Anderson’s debut novel is a fascinating blend of Space Fantasy and Speculative Thriller, with a running thread of The Gospels. “Yvonne Anderson is an amazing…

The Witch of Babylon by D.J. McIntosh

by Michael F. Stewart Are you in the mood for a puzzle? Do you enjoy ancient mysticism married to contemporary thrills? Mysterious. Exotic. And even contentious. Meet The Witch of Babylon’s author…

The Phoenix Apostles by Lynn Sholes and Joe Moore

by Michael Haskins If ThrillerFest doesn’t have a Dynamic Duo category, it ought to, and Lynn Sholes and Joe Moore should be the winners. This writing team has once again produced a…

According To Luke by Rosanne Dingli

By Don Helin In her latest novel, According to Luke, Rosanne Dingli unleashes a romantic story of secrecy, symbols, faith and forbidden love.  It takes the reader on a quest for an…

Deadly Ties by Vicki Hinze

by Sandra Parshall Vicki Hinze has published more than two dozen thrillers and suspense novels in various subgenres, including romantic suspense and military romantic intrigue. Lately she has shifted her focus to…

The Black Madonna by Davis Bunn

In Davis Bunn’s The Black Madonna, antiques expert Storm Syrrell is in desperate need of cash. When an nameless, faceless client calls her with a request to track down a non-existant antique…

The Templar Salvation by Raymond Khoury

By Aaron Brown The first pairing of FBI Agent Sean Reilly and archaeologist Tess Chaykin in Raymond Khoury’s The Last Templar spent 11 weeks on the hardcover New York Times Bestseller list and was…

The Moses Expedition by Juan Gómez-Jurado

By J. H. Bográn The Ten Commandments, even if not accepted as God’s word by some people, are still accepted as general guidelines for decent behavior in any society. Always one of…

The Pharos Objective by David Sakmyster

By Aaron Brown In 1979, a scientific study tested whether psychics could actually “remote-view” the location of Cleopatra’s lost palace.  Amazingly, they succeeded. Inspired by this incredible true story, David Sakmyster created The…

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