July bookshelf

collage 714I updated the Win Books page for July with some terrific new thrillers! As usual, there are NY Times bestsellers, solid storytellers and some newbies.

The Brads are back! #1 New York Times bestselling author Brad Thor delivers his most frightening and pulse–pounding thriller ever, Act of War. In former delta force operator and New York Times bestseller Brad Taylor’s latest Pike Logan thriller, Days of Rage, the Taskforce must stop their most devastating threat yet—a weapon of mass destruction.

A rising media star must battle a diabolical enemy in Eyes on You,  a riveting tale of psychological suspense from New York Times bestselling author Kate White.  In Sam Cabot’s exhilarating new novel, Skin of the Wolf, a vicious murder in Sotheby’s begins a series of inexplicable events surrounding an Iroquois ritual mask and a secret that could unleash the most terrifying chaos and destruction the world has ever seen.

Matthew Quirk gives us The Directive, a tale of two brothers, millions of dollars–and the heist of a lifetime. A.J. Colucci is out with her second thriller, Seeders, which Douglas Preston called “a bravura performance, as good as Crichton, with vivid characters, crisp writing, and exquisitely creepy science.” How can you resist!

Wendy Tyson is out with her second Allison Campbell Mystery, Deadly Assets. If 1830 Scotland makes you happy, you won’t want to miss  A Grave Matter by Anna Lee Huber. This “polished third pre-Victorian mystery” (Publisher’s Weekly) rounds out this month’s bookshelf.

If you are new to the site, each month I run a contest in conjunction with the International Thriller Writers group. We put together a list of books including bestsellers and debut authors, so you can win some of your favorites and find some new favorites.

What makes this contest really special is that all of the books (except eBooks) are signed by the author!

Don’t forget, if you subscribe to the newsletter or follow this blog, you get an extra entry into every contest you enter.

Thanks for reading, and good luck!

2 Responses to July bookshelf

  1. Joy says:

    These are 2 of my favorite authors to read for thrillers. I have seen both of them at book signings and they are very entertaining. Don’t miss them

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