When Journalist Jethro Westhrop (Jet West) is framed for the murder of a woman that he just met, he can’t know how deep the plot goes. As he delves into finding the killer, he discovers a political conspiracy he could not have imagined.
It’s the not so distant future and violence rules American politics. When the President Elect is assassinated and the question of who will be the next president causes turmoil in the nation, Civil War looms. Florida is the first to secede and as countries threaten to enter the battle. What will happen to a nation falling apart?
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 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.
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?
The new African Pope has been hunted all his life and is highly security conscious. When he courts controversy by seeking to make Hitler’s pope a saint, people start to die. Six investigators representing international policing agencies head to the Vatican in an attempt to protect the pope and stop the loss of life. Can they succeed or does the problem have a depth none of them realize?
Jackson Quick is working for the Governor of the State of Texas when he’s kidnapped by a man calling himself “The Saint.” His kidnapper wants to know what was on the Ipods that Jackson delivered to different locales around the globe on behalf of the Governor. Once released, Jackson goes on the run with television reporter George Townsend to uncover a conspiracy that he’d never have suspected boiling under the surface of Texas politics involving even those closest to him.
In the wake of the April Fool’s War of 2090, a war caused by the accidental launch of a nuclear weapon, much of the world is in ruins. Lt. Kevin Anderson and his team are dispatched to the Islamic Republic of France to find their stores of nuclear weapons. As things will, the mission goes off the rails and Kevin is forced to improvise to stay alive.
In Veil of Civility by Ian Graham, Declan McIver is living a quiet life when a meeting with an old friend sends him on the run. He calls upon long unused training but can he survive a dark conspiracy that will stop at nothing to take him down? Veil of Civility is the first book in Ian Graham’s Declan McIver series.