If you like legal thrillers, you should like The Plea by Steve Cavanagh for its plethora of legal maneuvering, as well as its complex plot.
Whether you love him or hate him because of all his fame and millions, which are unheard-of for most writers, James Patterson is a pro who knows how to tell a story and do it well. His thrillers are consistently entertaining, despite the vast quantity he churns out.
I always look forward to a new thriller from the master of the genre Jack Higgins. He usually puts out at least one book a year, but I haven’t heard any reports of a new book by him for this year. I hope he’s in good health and that he’s working on a new thriller. His Sean Dillon thrillers are always great reads. Even when they’re not his best, they’re better than any books that other thriller writers are producing. As far as I know, the last book Higgins published was Rain on the Dead in 2014.
His trademark economy of style and his intricate international plots are always enthralling and will be missed if he has decided to retire. He is a great writer, and I admire his thrillers.
I think the first book I read by him was Night Judgment at Sinos. I believe I have read all of his scores of books. His Sean Dillon thrillers are my favorites.
We’re taking auditions for the audiobook edition of Bryan Cassiday’s new high-octane thriller Countdown to Death. Production of the audiobook should commence soon.
Buy the paperback edition of Countdown to Death at Amazon now.
Comes a Chopper, an anthology of new horror stories by Bryan Cassiday, is now available at Amazon. Sixteen tales from the dark side, including zombies and other hideous creatures.
Comes a Chopper, a collection of new horror short stories and hardboiled mysteries by Bryan Cassiday will be released in June 2014. Comes a Chopper is available for preorder at Amazon.