Adventure Thriller Novel: THE WARRIOR’S CODE, by Steve DeWinter

Title: THE WARRIOR’S CODE 

Written by: Steve DeWinter

Type: NOVEL

Genre: Action-Adventure Thriller

Logline: “The Warrior’s Code” is a thriller in which a dishonorably discharged Green Beret finds himself alone and on the run while trying to destroy a technology that can convert anyone, anywhere, into a highly-skilled assassin.

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Thriller War Novel: Looking Into the Sun, by Todd Tavolazzi

Title: Looking Into the Sun 

Written by: Todd Tavolazzi

Type: NOVEL

Genre: Thriller

Logline: Looking Into the Sun follows a freelance journalist who reluctantly takes a popular young movie star, who is researching his next role, to Syria where they battle Syrian soldiers, violent ISIS extremists, thirst, hunger and each other while they struggle to evacuate children from a besieged Syrian village marked for destruction and risk their lives to report their story without becoming the story.

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THRILLER Novel of the Day: KERRI’S WAR, by Stephen Douglass

Title: KERRI’S WAR 

Written by: STEPHEN DOUGLASS

Genre: ROMANTIC THRILLER

Type: NOVEL

LOGLINE: “KERRI’S WAR” is a Canadian romantic thriller in which a beautiful thirty-two year old company president risks her life, fortune and career to challenge the greed and avarice of big business, and wins.

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THRILLER Novel of the Day: THE PLAYROOM, by Amy Leo

Title: THE PLAYROOM 

Written by: AMY LEO

Type: NOVEL

Genre: PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER

LOGLINE: “Trapped in the Playroom, where the only safe place…, is the Gone Place…”

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THRILLER Novel of the Day: DAISY HILL, by Jessub Flower

Title: DAISY HILL 

Written by: Jessub Flower

Genre: Adventure, Horror, Thriller, Western, Romance, Paranormal

Type: Novel

Logline: “Daisy Hill” is a Paranormal Western in which a worn-out and near-faithless circuit rider must face his ultimate temptation in order to overcome his ultimate fear.

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THRILLER Novel of the Day: BEHIND THE MASK: THE AWAKENING, by VP Smith

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ACTORTitle: Behind the Mask: The Awakening

Written by: V P Smith

Type: Novel

Genre: Psychological Thriller

Logline: “Behind the Mask: The Awakening” is a psychological thriller in which a forensic psychiatrist is faced with two cases suspiciously echoing her own horrific past, forcing her to face what she thought she escaped over two decades before.

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THRILLER Novel of the Day: A BROOM AT THE MASTHEAD, by MJ Logue

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ACTORTitle: A Broom At The Masthead

Written by: M J Logue

Type: Novel

Genre: Historical thriller

Logline: A Broom At the Masthead is a romantic thriller where a Puritan’s daughter tries to clear her courtier husband’s name after he is accused of a series of brutal murders at Charles II’s court – but can their unlikely liaison survive her investigation?

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