Book Interview: The Invisible Enemy “The reader is paralyzed with anticipation as the plot somersaults out of control after the enemy operatives swiftly perform a devastating political strike, and then realize they have been set up. Here the game changes and no one has told them the rules. Betrayed by their own country and thrown… Read More »
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New indie author – Ms. Watt wrote Moon of the Hawk while living in California. During that time she worked for companies that designed and built jails and prisons.
Olga is from Barcelona but has lived in the UK for over 20 years. She is a forensic psychiatrist and loves films, theatre, and owls. Author of The Man Who Never Was
author of dark, noir thrillers, romance thrillers, and middle grade sci/fi and paranormal novels.Raised in a rural town outside of Philadelphia and have been a published author for more than twenty years.
After working for fifteen years as a cafeteria manager in an elementary school, Marsha Cornelius turned in her non-skid shoes for a bathrobe and slippers.
I was born and raised in Liverpool and from an early age I have always enjoyed making up stories. I’m interested in many genres but I would not complain if I was referred to as a thriller writer.
GORILLALAND, Cutting Edge Press, London 2012 – Fast-paced, gripping action adventure set in the Congo jungle
PIRATES, Cutting Edge Press, London 2013 – A terror plot in northern Somalia pits Islamists against Pirates
ANAEROBE – petro thriller. A group of fanatics threaten to turn a bio weapons against America. If successful our country’s oil will turn to water!
AGE – observations on couples sitting in a diner ranging from twenty to 90 years of age.
British Author of Literary Fiction, Romance, Mystery and Thriller books. Best work so far The Seeds of Time and Harvest Faith Mortimer Loves life, loves writing!
a writer of almost all styles. The only things I have not touched, and probably never will, are science ficiton and fantasy. I absolutely love a challenge; if it can’t be written, watch me try!