Book Reviews

My goal for this page is to link readers with authors you might never find on your own. Authors from this list occupy 90% of my free reading time, leaving just enough room for my time favorites—like Stephen King.

I hope you pick up a few favorites of your own from these listings!

Updated 1/1/2015

Thriller/Mystery/Adventure/Technothriller

Insider X by Dave Buschi

Allegiance by Tom Abrahams

Deadly Coast by R.E. McDermott

Russian Renaissance by Ian Kharitonov

Traitor by Murry McDonald

Deadly Straits by R.E. McDermott

Upon a Pale Horse by Russell Blake

America’s Trust by Murray McDonald

Blood Land by R.S. Guthrie

Money Land by R.S. Guthrie

Veil of Civility by Ian Graham

The Atlas Fracture by Tim Queeney

Sedition by Tom Abrahams

Silver Justice by Russell Blake

Scion by Murray McDonald

Proportionate Response by Dave Buschi

The Back Door Man by Dave Buschi

Revenge of the Assassin by Russell Blake

The Voynich Cypher by Russell Blake

King of Swords by Russell Blake

Zero Sum (trilogy) by Russell Blake

The Geronimo Breach by Russell Blake

Fatal Exchange by Russell Blake

Horror

The Pen Name by David Jacob Knight

Blood on the Tracks by Michael McFarland

Duplex by Michael McFarland

Pines by Blake Crouch

Eerie by Blake Crouch

Run by Blake Crouch

The Reawakening by Joseph Souza

Darpocalypse by Joseph Souza

The Liger Plague by Joseph Souza

Apocalyptic/Dystopian/Sci-Fi

Graham’s Resolution Series by A.R. Shaw

Homeworld by Tony Faville and Eric S. Brown

Exodus (Extinction Point series) by Paul Antony Jones

Wool by Hugh Howey

Towards Yesterday by Paul Antony Jones

Extinction Point by Paul Antony Jones

Tooth and Nail by Craig DiLouie

Collapse by Richard Stephenson

Wolf Hunt (The Burning Ages) by Sebastian Breit

Other

Duty, Honor, Country by Bob Mayer

Avery Nolan, Private Dick of the Strange: The Case of the Zombie Menace

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