In “Branded Graves,” uthor Randi Samuelson-Brown paints a portrait of a combative rancher who welcomes his daughter home — only to have the occasion greeted by violence.
Author Leanne Kale Sparks built “The Wrong Woman” around an FBI agent who reflected those she researched — and then set the story in her home state of Colorado.
In Price Colman’s thriller, “Second Skin,” an all but immortal killer for hire contemplates the skills and mindset that prepared him since he was 12.
Author Price Colman learned early that every novel is a love story, even if he didn’t realize it while he was writing the mystery-thriller “Second Skin.”
In “Deep Waters of Destiny,” Palmer, the thriller’s protagonist, launches on a mission to disrupt the business ambitions of a huge new international drug cartel.
In “Deep Waters of Destiny,” author Pete Carlson explores one character’s discovery of his biological family — which the author based on a true story.
The opening of Barbara Nickless’ new thriller series, “Dark of Night,” introduces the world of stolen antiquities at a rendezvous on the streets of Chicago.
Author Barbara Nickless learnd that the theft of antiquities can lead to engaging narrative — and the opportunity for murder that drives her latest novel, “Dark of Night.”
Carter Wilson has authored eight critically acclaimed, standalone psychological thrillers, as well as numerous short stories. He is a four-time winner of the Colorado Book Award, and his works have been optioned for television and film. He also hosts The Making It Up Show video podcast. Wilson lives in Erie, Colorado, in a Victorian house […]
The Day I Broke June 2, 2018Baltimore, Maryland I thought I couldn’t handle another minute in the funeral home, but this church is worse. My wife doesn’t belong here. Thirty-four years old and the count stops there. Her biological clock runs backward now, ticking decomposition. I try to push away the thought of her face […]