Science Thrillers

Encrypting Maya by Lawrence Kelter

By Tim O’Mara ENCRYTPING MAYA (Down & Out Books) by Lawrence Kelter is the story of two academically exceptional kids who set out to change the world and a world that fought…

The Gatherer by Colleen Winter

It Was Meant to Save Humanity Not Destroy It Storm Freeman gave the world a miracle. She designed The Gatherer to draw electromagnetic energy from the air and disperse free and infinite…

Past This Point by Nicole Mabry

Karis Hylen has been through the New York City dating wringer. After years of failed relationships, she abandons her social life and whittles her days down to work and spending time with…

Chilling Effect by R. J. Pineiro

By Guy Bergstrom Our civilization is changing the earth’s climate, as evidenced by accelerated global warming and extreme weather—but what if instead of trying to fix that, somebody set out to make…

The Powder Merchant by David Orange

What kind of man is above the law, beyond suspicion, and madly brilliant? Alexander Volga, a respected philanthropic billionaire, hides a murky lineage with a veil of respectability. He’s gifted with a…

The Lost World of Kharamu by Robert J. Stava

Grant Taylan is an adventurer-paleontologist also known as “The Dinosaur Detective,” a polite term for what he really does, which is track down the more dangerous criminals in the Dinosaurs Fossil Black…

Area 51: Redemption by Bob Mayer

They are coming. At the edge of the Solar System, beyond the Heliosphere, a massive warship comes out of Faster Than Light Transit. It is the Ancient Enemy spoken of in myths…

The God Gene by F. Paul Wilson

By Derek Gunn I started reading F Paul Wilson back in 1981 with The Keep, and the book remains on the top shelf, the one reserved for my favorites, to this day…

Undeniable by Tom Grace

Ex-Navy SEAL Nolan Kilkenny receives a desperate plea for help from doctors frantic to save the life of a young boy with a deadly genetic disorder. The boy, who came to his…

The Han Agent by Amy Rogers

In the 1930s, Japanese scientists committed heinous crimes in their quest for the ultimate biological weapon. The war ended. Their mission did not. Eighty years later, Japanese-American scientist Amika Nakamura won’t let…

The Punch Escrow by Tal M. Klein

It’s the year 2147. Advancements in nanotechnology have enabled us to control aging. We’ve genetically engineered mosquitoes to feast on carbon fumes instead of blood, ending air pollution. And teleportation has become…

Resurrection America by Jeff Gunhus

By Austin Camacho I believe the scariest thrillers are those rooted in fact. So despite its science-fiction spin, RESURRECTION AMERICA will chill any reader to the bone. It all starts when helicopters…

Ocean of Storms by Christopher Mari and Jeremy K. Brown

In the not-so-distant future, an explosion on the moon generates a world-crippling electromagnetic pulse. Tensions between the US and China mount to an all-time high, as the two countries begin a renewed…

Cascadia by H.W. Bernard

By David Healey H.W. “Buzz” Bernard has just the sort of resume you might expect from an author of weather-related disaster thrillers. He has a degree in atmospheric science, spent a career…

Extinction Biome: Invasion by Addison Gunn

By Dawn Ius Meet Addison Gunn. Military genius. Recluse. And a real tyrant. But, of course, completely fictional. Gunn is the shared pen name of Anne Tibbets and Malcolm Cross, the co-authors…

Dust Up by Jon McGoran

Harnessing Dangerous Technology for a Thriller By J.H. Bográn In one of Casino Royale’s most memorable quotes, Vesper Lynd tells Bond: There are dinner jackets and dinner jackets, this is the latter.…

The Orion Plan by Mark Alpert

Alien Life in Manhattan? Get Ready! By Lynne Constantine If you’ve ever wondered whether intelligent life exists on other planets, THE ORION PLAN may well convince you that it does. This heart-stopping, page-turning thriller…

The Savants by Patrick Kendrick

THE SAVANTS is Patrick Kendrick’s first foray into Young Adult thrillers. The book is a techno/political thriller and Kendrick usually writes gritty, crime sagas. But, the author tells us, it has one…

The Ripper Gene by Michael Ransom

By Steve Turner Michael Ransom’s THE RIPPER GENE, as strongly suggested by its title, is the fictional existence of a pattern of DNA that indicates someone has the potential for extreme psychopathy.…

Lethal Elements by Joel Gomez-Dossi

Growing up in the 1960s, I enjoyed watching science-fiction TV, like Land of the Giants, The Time Tunnel, and especially The Invaders. Those shows gave me everything I wanted. They took me…

The Eternal World by Christopher Farnsworth

By Christopher Farnsworth I think on some level, we all believe we’re going to live forever. There’s a kind of mental block we share that keeps us from looking too far down…

Superposition by David Walton

By Steve Turner A scientist’s outlandish claims about the true nature of reality are initially met with cynicism by former colleague Jacob Kelley, until darker events unfold that force Jacob to take…

It Waits Below by Eric Red

By Amy Lignor When it pertains to words and visuals, Eric Red has written and directed projects that have become memorable to many generations. People lose themselves in his heart-racing worlds of…

Fall of Night by Jonathan Maberry

By Dan Levy For nearly forty years, Jonathan Maberry has created fiction as a catharsis for himself (at least at first), a mirror for his readers, a microscope for the human condition, and,…

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