The way to write a thriller is to ask a question at the beginning, and answer it at the end

The Lions of Lucerne (Scot Harvath Book 1)

Brad Thor

Brad Thor wrote multiple bestsellers and ground-breaking series, and The Lions of Lucerne is his bold, daring, insanely successful debut that made the literary world raise its eyebrows. The author invites the readers into a complicated maze of intern...


Matthew Mather

CyberStorm is a gripping thriller slash science fiction novel that's considered to be one of the best ones in the genre. Matthew Mather, the author, did a wonderful job of showing in excruciating details what a dead-on cyber attack against the modern...

Ransom River

Meg Gardiner

Meg Gardiner is a top dog when it comes to mystery thrillers - she's one of the best writers of our time. And, she always manages to deliver fascinating, gripping, suspenseful novels that linger on, and on, and on. Ransom River is probably her best b...

Saint Odd (An Odd Thomas Novel)

Dean Koontz

Dean Koontz is constantly being named one of the greatest storytellers in history, and his bestselling series, Odd Thomas, has been breaking all kinds of records nationwide and worldwide. Saint Odd is the phenomenal final chapter, the one that the fa...

113 Minutes (Bookshots)

James Patterson

James Patterson is back, ladies and gentlemen, and he brought a brand-new bookshot with him. 113 Minutes is a completely original story and you don't have to read any other books to make sense of it all. As you might already know, Mr. Patterson singl...

Innocence: A Novel

Dean Koontz

He lives in solitude beneath the city, an exile from society, which will destroy him if he is ever seen. She dwells in seclusion, a fugitive from enemies who will do her harm if she is ever found.   But the bond between them runs deeper than t...