Tuesday, April 29, 2014

"Thrilling Thirteen" Box Set

NEW RELEASE
ON SALE for $0.99
Thrilling Thirteen Box Set



Description
The Thrilling Thirteen includes ten thrilling novels, two page-flipping novellas and an action-packed short story collection from the minds of today's bestselling and award-winning authors. That's nearly 750,000 words for just a buck. The titles included:
A Touch of Deceit (Nick Bracco Series) by Gary Ponzo
Russian Hill (Abby Kane FBI Thriller) by Ty Hutchinson
Arctic Wargame (Justin Hall Series) by Ethan Jones
Look For Me (Rachel Scott Adventure) by Traci Hohenstein
The Last Horseman by Frank Zafiro
The Diplomat (Justin Hall Series) by Ethan Jones
The Recruiter (A Thriller) by Dani Amore
Mark Taylor: Genesis (Mark Taylor Series) by M. P. McDonald
In the Shadow of El Paso by Frank Zafiro
Don't Close Your Eyes (Stephanie Chalice Thriller) by Lawrence Kelter
Quicksilver (Forensic Geology Series) by Toni Dwiggins
Least Wanted (Sam McRae Mystery) by Debbi Mack
Absence of Light (Charlie Fox Thriller) by Zoë Sharp
These thrillers have received more than 500 five-stars and over 1,000 reviews. This box set will be available for a limited time at the special price of only $0.99, so grab it while you can.



The Books and their Authors

FBI agent Nick Bracco can't stop a Kurdish terrorist from firing missiles at random homes across the country. The police can't stand watch over every household, so Bracco recruits his cousin Tommy to help track down this terrorist. Tommy is in the Mafia. Oh yeah, it gets messy fast. As fast as you can turn the pages.

"Couldn't put it down and now I want more." ~ Stephen Carpenter, creator of NBC's hit series Grimm



Author Gary Ponzo began his writing career over a decade ago by writing short stories. He quickly discovered a knack for the short form. In just five years he'd published seven short stories in various publications, two of which were nominated for the very prestigious Pushcart Prize. His first novel, A Touch of Deceit, took five years to write and one to pick clean. It went on to win the 2009 Southwest Writers Novel Contest, Thriller category. He is currently working on the 5th book in the Nick Bracco series as well as trying to create world peace in his spare time. Gary currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Jennifer and two children, Jessica and Kyle.

A killer is loose in San Francisco, and he's collecting body parts. SFPD has no witnesses and no suspects, but FBI Agent Abby Kane believes a dead hiker found ten miles north of the city is the key to solving those crimes. The detective involved with the case thinks Abby might be chasing a ghost down a rabbit hole, but the more Abby digs, the more she begins to think the killer is playing a game and there's an audience cheering him on.
"There is that element of danger and evil that twists throughout creating at times, a tenseness that keeps you on the edge of your seat." ~ Seattle PI


Ty Hutchinson is the author of the best selling Abby Kane FBI Thrillers, featuring the short and feisty Abby Kane. She made her debut in Corktown, which became a Kindle #1 best seller shortly after its release. Ty also writes the Darby Stansfield Thrillers. Readers have described them as Tarantino meets The Office with a splash of romance. Before this whole author thing came up, Ty spent twenty-two years in advertising writing stuff that irritates you. When he's not writing thrillers, you’ll find him traveling the world, playing video games, eating and reading, or watching HGTV.

Canadian Intelligence Service Agent Justin Hall - combat-hardened in operations throughout Northern Africa - has been demoted after a botched mission in Libya. When two foreign icebreakers appear in Canadian Arctic waters, Justin volunteers for the reconnaissance mission, eager to return to the field. His team discovers a foreign weapons cache deep in the Arctic, but they are not aware that a spy has infiltrated the Department of National Defence. The team begins to unravel a treasonous plan against Canada, but they fall under attack from one of their own. Disarmed and stripped of their survival gear, they are stranded in a remote location. Now the team must survive the deadly Arctic not only to save themselves, but their country.
"Unique characters in an unusual place, which is becoming more important to the entire world." ~ Larry Bond, NYT bestselling author



Ethan Jones is the author of the wildly popular Justin Hall spy thriller series. The first book in this series, Arctic Wargame, came out in May 2012 and reached the Amazon's Top 10 Best Sellers lists in 2012 and 2013. The second book, Tripoli's Target, was released in October 2012. The third book in the series, Fog of War, came out in June 2013, and the fourth book, Double Agents, was published in December  2013. Ethan has also published three short stories and one novella, The Diplomat, which is the latest adventure in the Justin Hall series. Ethan is a lawyer by trade, and he lives in Canada with his wife and son.

Three-year-old Mallory Scott has disappeared from her home in the exclusive Bal Harbour neighborhood of North Miami. With no eye witnesses and very few clues, Rick and Rachel Scott have experienced every parent’s worst nightmare. After weeks of looking for their daughter, Rachel’s hopelessness and desperation has grown out of control at the lack of leads in her daughter's case. When another toddler vanishes in a nearby city, Rachel begins to wonder if there is a connection. She leaves her socialite life and high-profile real estate career to help find him. As the search for Mallory and the missing toddler continues, Rachel uncovers a startling secret that will change her life forever - and she discovers just how far she is willing to go to find her own daughter.
"If you've never read any of this authors work, first of all shame on you and second of all get started with Look for Me and "look" forward to enjoying the rest of the series." ~ Mystery Thriller Maven Reviews



Tracy Hohenstein lives in NW Florida with her husband, who is a firefighter, and her three kids. They live near the beach, where she love to hang out every chance she gets. She am a full-time writer, but in her spare time she loves to paddleboard (YOLO!). She's the author of the bestselling Rachel Scott series: Look For Me (series prequel), Asylum Harbor, Burn Out, and Cut & Run. The series centers around Rachel Scott and her search-and-rescue company, Florida OmniSearch, and Rachel's search for her own missing daughter.

Sandy Banks is the last of The Four Horsemen, a vigilante group of ex-cops determined to right the injustices of a broken court system. But now the project is disintegrating, putting him in the middle of chaos. Betrayed by his final partner, blackmailed by the project head and pursued by federal agents bent on busting the case wide open, Sandy scrambles to escape this mayhem with his soul intact.
"An exciting, fast-paced tale of corruption, murder and street justice." ~ Examiner.com




Frank Zafiro served in the U.S. Army from 1986-91 in Military Intelligence as a Czechoslovak linguist. In 1993, he became a police officer. Since then, he has worked as a patrol officer, corporal, detective, sergeant, lieutenant and in 2013, he retired as a captain. Frank began writing seriously at about thirteen. In 1995, he started the first draft of Under A Raging Moon, which would become the first book in the River City series of crime fiction. Since then, Frank has completed a number of novels set in River City, a fictional version of Spokane, Washington. The River City series currently sits at four volumes. Frank has been rated the #1 author for police procedurals on Amazon, and remains one of the top ranked authors in that Amazon category.

Justin Hall is in Lagos, Nigeria, to handle the exchange of a Canadian diplomat who has been taken hostage for ransom by local rebels. The dangerous exchange goes sideways, and Justin wonders if he can trust his team. He turns to an old asset, a woman working for the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation. With her help and after the arrival of Carrie O’Connor, Justin’s partner in the Canadian Intelligence Service, they discover the unexpected truth about the diplomat’s kidnapping. With time running out and no one else to turn to, Justin and Carrie are thrust into a game of shadows as they devise a clever plan to turn the tables on the kidnappers.
"The book is well-developed. The characters are great, has plenty of action, and a great ending." ~ Amazon review

Ethan Jones is the author of the wildly popular Justin Hall spy thriller series. The first book in this series, Arctic Wargame, came out in May 2012 and reached the Amazon's Top 10 Best Sellers lists in 2012 and 2013. The second book, Tripoli's Target, was released in October 2012. The third book in the series, Fog of War, came out in June 2013, and the fourth book, Double Agents, was published in December  2013. Ethan has also published three short stories and one novella, The Diplomat, which is the latest adventure in the Justin Hall series. Ethan is a lawyer by trade, and he lives in Canada with his wife and son.

What would happen if a military recruiter refused to take no for an answer? In this gripping thriller, Samuel Ackerman has one dream: to become a Navy SEAL. But after dropping out of the legendary unit's training program known as Hell Week, he is forced to become a recruiter in his small hometown. In order to earn a return trip to SEAL training, he must have a successful turn as a recruiter. As he soon proves, he will stop at nothing to get what he wants.
"It's a tight, well-written and suspense-filled joy-ride." ~ IndieReader

Dani Amore is an award-wining crime novelist living in Los Angeles, California. Her mysteries and thrillers have been #1 bestsellers here at home and abroad. Recently, she was awarded the Best Crime Novel by Independent Book Awards. Her western, Killer's Draw, was nominated for a Spur Award.

Mark Taylor's life changes forever when he finds an antique camera in an Afghan bazaar. Back home in Chicago, he discovers that the camera has a strange and unique ability - it produces photographs of tragedies yet to happen. Gifted with powers to change destiny, what drives him to risk his life for others? And when presented with photos of 9/11 a day before it happens, what else can he do but attempt to save lives and thwart catastrophe? In this prequel to No Good Deed, find out how Mark Taylor was gifted with powers to change destiny. What drove him to risk his life for others, and why did everything go so wrong on that fateful September day?
"A must read for current Mark Taylor fans, taking us up to a post-9/11 timeframe just before the start of No Good Deed." ~ Big Al's Books and Pals Book Review Blog



M. P. McDonald makes a living from taking your breath away ... then giving it back via a tube or two. She lives in a frozen land full of ice, snow, and abominable snowmen. On the days that she's not taking her car ice-skating, she sits huddled over a chilly computer, tapping out the story of a camera that can see the future. She hopes it can see summer approaching, too. She is an internet junkie. If you email her, she will probably write back within a few hours - or minutes.

Carl is a Yankee cop in a small Texas border town. Isabella is a beautiful Mexican woman that everyone in town loves, including the hapless Pete and the wealthy, powerful Jack ... but most of all, Carl. Part romance, part police procedural, In the Shadow of El Paso contains two short stories. Both stories explore love, race, class and the ambiguity that exists on the southern border.
"Absolutely brilliant. Perfectly conveying life, and its inner workings, in a small Texan border Town. Very well written." ~ Amazon review

Frank Zafiro served in the U.S. Army from 1986-91 in Military Intelligence as a Czechoslovak linguist. In 1993, he became a police officer. Since then, he has worked as a patrol officer, corporal, detective, sergeant, lieutenant and in 2013, he retired as a captain. Frank began writing seriously at about thirteen. In 1995, he started the first draft of Under A Raging Moon, which would become the first book in the River City series of crime fiction. Since then, Frank has completed a number of novels set in River City, a fictional version of Spokane, Washington. The River City series currently sits at four volumes. Frank has been rated the #1 author for police procedurals on Amazon, and remains one of the top ranked authors in that Amazon category.

Three very different women have been murdered and NYPD Detective Stephanie Chalice wants to know why. Her case begins on the Roosevelt Island tram. The conductor has been shot, but lying next to him is the real mystery: a woman who might appear to have died of natural causes if not for the handwritten note stuffed in her mouth that simply reads "Look back!” When a second woman is found dead with a rag in her mouth and another cryptic note found nearby, Chalice realizes that a psychopath is stalking Manhattan, on the prowl for a very special type of woman. Part of the murderer’s twisted game is leaving intentional clues for the police, clues designed not only to taunt, but also to do something much worse. Chalice will uncover startling truths about who she really, but will it help her to discover the killer’s real purpose before another woman dies?
"Edge of the seat tension with a killer on the streets of New York and homicide detective Stephanie Chalice hot on the trail." ~ Coffee & Crime



Lawrence Kelter is the bestselling author of the Stephanie Chalice Mystery Series and other works of fiction. Early in his career, he received direction from bestselling novelist Nelson DeMille, who put pencil to paper to assist in the editing of his first book. He was also a member of a writer's workshop led by the late soap opera legend and AFTRA president, Ann Loring. His novels are quickly paced and routinely finish with a twist ending.

A young man disappears in the wilderness of the California mother lode. He leaves behind a gold-flecked rock and a vial of liquid mercury. He is a misfit in the modern world, a throwback to the Gold Rush days. A venture capitalist - whose gold country is Silicon Valley - hires forensic geologists Cassie Oldfield and Walter Shaws to track his missing brother. Following one of the 'lost rivers' of California, Cassie and Walter plunge into the dark history of the legendary lands, into the dark past of the brothers, into a poisonous sibling feud that threatens both lives and the land. And the question then becomes: which brother is on the hunt?
"As Oldfield and Shaws help one of the brothers locate the other in the lovingly-described Sierra wilderness, the tension mounts ... A splendid story for science thriller fans" ~ ScienceThrillers.com



Amazon bestselling author Toni Dwiggins is a third-generation Californian who migrated from southern Cal to northern Cal. What she likes most about her state is that one can go from the ocean to the mountains in one day, with a lunch stop in the desert. She likes it so much she has chosen those settings for her forensic geology books.

Stephanie Ann "Sam" McRae's busy, but orderly life as a Maryland lawyer takes a chaotic turn when two clients are accused of murder. A poor, black girl is accused of killing her mother. A young man suspected of embezzlement is accused of murdering his boss. The cases collide in a bizarre way involving girl gangs and computer pornography. Sam ventures into the heart of DC's suburban ghettos to find answers. A maniacal killer who'll do anything to hide them stalks her. After a nearly disastrous confrontation, Sam must do business on the run. As the body count grows, Sam races to learn the truth and clear her clients before she becomes the next victim.
"Sam McRae is back and as brash as ever, with a colorful cast, a relentless plot, and enough twists to leave you breathless." ~ Scott Nicholson, bestselling author



Debbi Mack is the New York Times bestselling author of the Sam McRae Mystery Series. In addition, she's a Derringer-nominated short story writer, whose work has been published in various anthologies. Debbi writes book reviews for Mystery Scene Magazine. She also writes screenplays and is interested in filmmaking. Debbi enjoys reading, movies, travel, baseball, walking and cats - not necessarily in that order.

A major earthquake sees ex-Special Forces soldier-turned-bodyguard Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Fox on a transport plane headed for the scene of devastation. The way things are coming apart at home with Sean Meyer, she welcomes the chance to get away. Tasked as security advisor to the specialist team at the centre of relief efforts, Charlie knows it won’t be easy. The team members are willing to put themselves in constant danger as a matter of course. But what kind of other risks are they prepared to take? As Charlie soon discovers, it’s not just the ground beneath her feet that cannot be relied on. Her predecessor died conveniently while investigating rumours that the team were on the take, Charlie’s been instructed to quietly uncover whether his death was as accidental as the official verdict suggests. If it was an accident, why are they so obviously lying to her? Charlie must move with care through a shifting landscape to find the answers before there are more than just earthquake victims buried in the rubble. And when disaster strikes she will learn not only whom she can trust, but whether she can survive the darkness that comes with a total absence of light.
"Fox is arguably one of the most enigmatic − and coolest − heroines in contemporary genre fiction." ~ Chicago Tribune



Zoë Sharp opted out of mainstream education at the age of twelve and wrote her first novel when she was fifteen. She created the no-nonsense heroine of her highly acclaimed Charlotte 'Charlie' Fox crime thriller series after receiving death-threat letters as a photojournalist. In his introduction to the Vengeance anthology, Lee Child said: "If I were a woman, I'd be Zoë. If Jack Reacher were a woman, he'd be Zoë's main character, Charlie Fox." Zoë's work has been used in school textbooks in Denmark, made into a short film, optioned Twentieth Century Fox TV, inspired an original song and been nominated for numerous awards including the Edgar, Anthony, Barry (twice), Benjamin Franklin and Macavity Awards in the United States, as well as twice for a CWA Dagger Award in the UK. So far there are ten books in the Charlie Fox series, plus a short story anthology, two e-boxed sets, and numerous short stories.

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