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Thriller Authors

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

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Latest Activity: May 7

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 Denise Baer on October 15, 2011 at 9:47am
Hello Everyone,

I'm at the stage with my novel where we need to get the design and cover art together.

I posted several pictures on my blog to see what picture(s) people like regarding my cover art.

I'd love it if you could find the time and stop on by to give your input -
Comment by Karen M. Bence on August 12, 2011 at 10:40am

My new novel, The Unrepentant Siren, has recently been released.  It is available via Amazon, Barnes & Noble,, and my website,


If you like twisted tales about friendship, family, loyalty and betrayal, this is the book for you. 

Comment by Linton Robinson on August 4, 2011 at 2:56pm
Some of you probably know I’ve been on a long time novel project called MAYAN CALENDAR GIRLS, part of team of writers called “Team 2012”. It was an online serial for a year, very popular; then a much-awarded, highly innovative, commercially useless ebook: now it’s a paperback, and an official Kindle eBook.
I’m pretty thrilled about this: it’s the wildest, coolest book I’ve been on yet. Unique, quirky, adventurous, romantic, funny…and plenty of cheesecake. But also because it’s the first chance I’ve had to offer my many fans, adorers, and camp-followers around here a chance to read my stuff inexpensively. Or, better yet, expensively—buy several of the paperbacks or you won’t be able to live with yourselves.

The cover image by Robin Crandall says it all: ancient schemata meet contemporary sexy, kicky cheesecake Calendar Girls. It’s a romp, something to delight fans of Tom Robbins, Christopher Moore, Robert Anton Wilson, comics from the innocent days of Playboy and Penthouse (Annie Fanny and Wicked Wanda would fit right in with our Girls)…and, of course the golden age of girly calendar art and logos on flying fortresses.

It’s got stoned crystal skulls, dolphin love, Obama’s talk show, industrial spies hooking up, dancing—both fire and pole) and quite a bit of action adventure, romance, and all that archaeology stuff. The website makes it pretty clear what you’re dealing with, and so far the entire book is still online to be read.
If nothing else, check out the artwork and Mayan myth videos.

The books are available at all online stores including, on order from book stores in most civilized civilizations, and gettable from theKindle store

Let me know what you think.
Anybody who posts a good review on, show me and I’ll send you a copy of the amazing ebook (only works on Windows, sorry to say. But I’ll do you right with some other nifty freebie)

Thanks for your attention. Hope you like Mayan Calendar Girls.
Comment by Theresa Danley on April 29, 2011 at 6:34pm
I'm in Billings, MT tomorrow signing copies of EFFIGY at Hastings on Grand.  Hope to see you there!
Comment by Author Collective on April 27, 2011 at 11:53am

The 2011 International Urban Book Festival, Cleveland comes to Richmond Town Square Mall, May 13 - 15, 2011. Throughout the mall will be local television, government and sports personalities reading for 30 minutes to a group of children or students. Authors will also sell and sign their books and novels and there will be several no cost literary workshops, classes and panel discussions open to the general public. We will identify 50 Cleveland area schools whose students may have financial challenges. Also, we will through our subsidiary R2Books, donate 20 gift certificates to each school, these can then be brought to our event and redeemed for a new book. We welcome other corporations to match our gift and help us give 10,000 books annually to deserving students across the United States. Tell everyone about us by sending them to our website:

For more information contact Takaya or Michael at 313.446.2262.

Comment by Author Collective on April 1, 2011 at 11:02am
Meet Ron, Becky, Mike and Max Morelli from NBC's The Biggest Loser and get a signed copy of their newly released book "Fat Family Fit Family." Q & A and discussion noon April 17th Laurel Park
Comment by Author Collective on March 17, 2011 at 9:16am
The Celebrity ROL brings local celebrities together for a great cause. To READ to students. Join our first "READ OUT LOUD" at Laurel Park Place April 15-17.
Comment by Author Collective on March 3, 2011 at 11:34am
The International Urban Book Festival, Cleveland is less than ten weeks away.  Tables are still available.  go to  to reserve your table today!  Call (313) 446-2262 for details
Comment by Theresa Danley on February 26, 2011 at 8:50am
In the Seattle area? I'll be at the Writer's Cottage in Issaquah signing copies of my archaeological thriller, EFFIGY, alongside literary authors, DL Fowler and Tom Scharabum!  Come visit us on March 5th at 3:00 pm.  Hope to see you there!
Comment by Paula Phillips on January 18, 2011 at 12:36am

Are you a fan of James Patterson's and prefer his Alex Cross Novels. Head over to and check out my review of his latest in the Alex Cross Series "Cross Fire "


Cross Fire (Alex Cross)


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