In Clonmac’s Bridge by Jeffrey Perren, a maritime archeologist from the University of Virginia, Griffin Clonmac finds a perfectly preserved ninth-century bridge in Ireland, submerged in the mud of the River Shannon. Everyone, including his lover and the Irish Government, seems to be working against Griffin to discover its secrets. The story travels between the modern day excavation and the ninth-century monastery.
In Trophy Target by Allen Mitchum, The heir to the Danish throne has been living the life of an ex-soldier in French Guiana when he disappears. When word of his disappearance reaches his family, the younger brother of the heir, Prince Erik, hires the world’s best mercenary, Fadi Kalhoun, to find his brother.
In Rogue Hunter: Inquest by Kevis Hendrickson, Zyra Zanr is a bounty hunter on the trail of Boris Skringler. Her pursuit takes her into the middle of an intergalactic conflict brewing. Zyra soon discovers that her task may be more complex and shattering for her people than she originally thought. She’s lived a life of her own rules. Will she make an exception and save a planet?
In Gridlock: A Scientific Thriller by Alvin Ziegler, Jude Wagner is part of the team the developed The Grid, a computer program designed to customize health care for patients. There are powerful people who would do anything to keep the program from becoming public, but are they the people killing off the programs developers or are there bigger forces at work?
In The Monitor by Cathy Vasas-Brown, Lt. Carolyn Latham investigates the suicide of four teens that came from varied parts of the country to Cypress Village, Oregon in order to die together. Following their trail, Carolyn discovers a world she’d never imagined. An organized support group for those waiting to “take the bus” orchestrated by a mysterious Monitor. When a Japanese teen that has withdrawn from the world and is living with his uncle in the United States disappears, Carolyn knows that she doesn’t have much time to save this teenager’s life. The Monitor is the second book to feature Lt. Carolyn Latham by Cathy Vasas-Brown.
In the near future, the United States has slipped from its world power position. A man named Tyler Lee Peterson is poised to achieve the dream he’s been chasing his entire life, to be of consequence on the world stage. Eddy’s Current by Reed Sprague is a tale of political corruption and intrigue. Eddy’s Current is the first in a planned quartet of novels.
In Seven Unholy Days by Jerry Hatchett, Matt Decker is a designer of energy grids on a routine inspection in rural Mississippi when the U.S. is attacked. The grid is out of control and the enemy isn’t obvious. The attack seems to come home on Matt. Can he stop the slid into chaos and save the United States?
In Windfall by Colin Dodds, Seth Tatton is an average guy who practices law by day. By night, Seth is a hit man for a super secret organization made up of the 1%. With each hit, the organization’s plans become clearer to Seth and he’s finding himself more entrenched in their plot. What Seth doesn’t realize that there are forces at work within himself eager to use his unique skills but when he’s called upon for a special task, will everything change?
Tom Abrahams’s fabulous political thrillers, [easyazon-link asin=”1618689975″ locale=”us”]Sedition[/easyazon-link] and [easyazon-link asin=”1618689959″ locale=”us”]Allegiance[/easyazon-link] have been purchased by Post Hill Press.
[easyazon-link asin=”1618689975″ locale=”us”]Sedition[/easyazon-link] was re-released today as a trade paperback while [easyazon-link asin=”1618689959″ locale=”us”]Allegiance[/easyazon-link] makes it second debut in hardcover and ebook formats.
I reviewed [easyazon-link asin=”1618689975″ locale=”us”]Sedition[/easyazon-link] in 2012 (see below for my reviews) and that novel made my best of 2012 list as well as the listing of “42 Books to Love for Towel Day.”
Both novels are wonderful political thrillers and come high recommended by Rabid Readers Reviews. Pick them up today!
In Wisecrack by Mark Meier, Selma Saddiqi was a news analyst with the CIA when she was forced to resign. Minutes after she leaves the country, Iranian suicide bombers detonate car bombs and all signs point to Selma’s involvement. Selma is not a hero but she may have to become one to save her own life. With the help of Noah Amonie, who believes himself responsible for the death of one of the victims, can she evade her pursuers and stop the movement of a world about to go to war?