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Thriller Authors

These authors write thrillers and mysteries! All those who love thrillers are welcome.

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Thrillers and why we love them!

Mysteries and thrillers (for the moment, let's table the fine points of difference which are endlessly debated elsewhere) are essentially puzzles. There is a crime or crimes. Who did it or will do it? Why? Will they be caught? Will there be more crimes? Will the main character solve the case? Will they survive? Unravelling these issues is the joy for the reader. Putting together the puzzle is the fun for the author.

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Comment by Nicole Trist on March 14, 2010 at 5:55pm
"I recommend that you try it: try eating the books that you read"
Review; "The Merciful Women" by Federico Andahazi
Comment by Nicole Trist on February 28, 2010 at 6:54pm
Hello Published Writers!

My name is Nicole Trist and I write a book review blog called Books, Books Everywhere where I write all about the books I am reading, I run giveaways, I conduct author interviews and I do reviews on request.

If you would like me to review your book just come and have a look at the blog, email me a synopsis of your book and I will reply asap.

NB. I do not accept eBooks for review and reviews can take up to 6 weeks to be featured on the blog once the book has been received, depending on how many requested reviews are in the works.

Nicole Trist @ Books, Books Everywhere
Comment by Charles Vrooman on October 30, 2009 at 5:04pm
Green Power get Positive Reviews
Finished it today, and give it a thumbs up! It has elements of an action thriller, environmental thriller, romance novel, and tear jerker in one spot. Almost historical because almost all of it takes place in 1989, with a short chapter at the end bringing us up to the present.
Well done, and recommended reading for those who like to read a mix of science fact, action and romance, and a little 1980s history in dramatic fiction. Well developed characters, and even though we know the answers to parts of the medical thriller and crime drama, it is fun to have the various characters find the answers.
There are a few points of slight errors, but nothing serious enough to take away from a great reading book. The expertise of the microbiology science more than made up for that. Five Stars.
(Review from Johhny Electriglide – member of envirolink forum)
Comment by Charles Vrooman on August 13, 2009 at 9:47am
Few writers’ signed copies of the environmental/medical thriller novel, Green Power, still available on from GP_AUTHOR. For information on author and book, go to:
Comment by Charles Vrooman on July 26, 2009 at 2:47pm
Since everyone is concerned about our environment and global warming, a new subgenre in thrillers has surfaced. It’s been called environmental, enviro or eco thrillers. Michael Crichton’s “State of Fear” might fit into this category. However the recently released action filled thriller, Green Power, by Charles Vrooman truly belongs to this new subgenre. Going green and bioterrorism are at odds with each other in this novel. Scan the synopsis below and see if you agree that this novel fits into this category. Also, feel free to list any books you think can be classified as environmental thrillers.
After the renowned Microbiologist Dr. Ray Pendleton leads a demonstration to close down Rancho Seco Nuclear Power Plant, Ray is assaulted by two of Dirk Hendrickson’s fellow Delta Valley Militiamen. Ray survives the beating and is motivated to set up Methane Digesters as an alternative source of electrical power for Lodi dairies.
Dirk’s continued attacks on the professor and his projects results in a death threatening epidemic pointing to one of Ray’s methane lagoons as the cause. The infected patients are admitted to UC Davis Medical Center. Linda McCord, a lab tech at the hospital and former student of Dr. Pendleton, works with Ray to prove that the methane power source is not the cause of this spreading disease. Both Ray and Linda develop a romantic relationship while working together. Linda is devastated when Ray develops a serious infection from the bacterium causing the epidemic.
For more information, please visit the author’s website:
Note: Signed copies of Green Power can be ordered on from GP_AUTHOR for $17.99 compared to the $24.95 amazon price.
Comment by Tom Geyer on May 17, 2009 at 8:32am
THE SORCERER AND THE DREAMER is very suspenseful, heartfelt and hilarious!
Comment by Francis Hamit on April 26, 2009 at 11:34pm
My Civil War spy thriller about Belle Boyd, The Shenandoah Spyis available in a print edition and on Amazon Kindle. Signed copies can be purchased from It can also be ordered at most bookstores and on
Comment by V. Michael Santoro on March 28, 2009 at 9:56am
I just joined the Group and wanted to introduce myself. I coauthored a fiction thriller called "The Dyodyne Experiment" (" and it will be launching on June 1. I just created our website and am looking forward to the journey! :)

V. Michael Santoro
Comment by Linton Robinson on March 23, 2009 at 10:16pm
It's taken a year or two, including two disasters with dippy publishers, but SWEET SPOT-my novel about crime/politics/baseball in Mazatlan-is finally published and on the rack.

Click the banner below to see the publisher's page, which has a synopsis, video, and free sample chapter.

Anybody who likes the book could do a few little things you can do to help me out, and I'd appreciate any of them:

Ask your local bookstore or library to stock the book. It's available through Ingram's distributors, which all shops and libraries are familiar with. It's returnable.

Anybody with an account can tag, vote for, or submit reviews for SWEET SPOT

(Or for that matter, my previous book IMAGINARY LINES

Thanks for any help you can give me in getting this book into readers' hands.

Best to you all


Comment by Karen M. Bence on March 14, 2009 at 10:47am
Hello everyone, I am thrilled to announce that Midnight Revelations - vol. 1 in The Dark Whispers Series has been announced as a finalist in ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year contest. It was submitted under the Horror/Fiction category...even though to me it is a paranormal thriller. It is one of four finalists in that category. The winners will be announced in May at the BEA in New York CIty. Wish me luck!!!

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