MOTHER KNOWS BEST by KIRA PEIKOFF: Abby was a miracle, her DNA stitched together, genetically modified to prevent transmission of a fatal disease—but at what price? That’s the chilling premise of Kira Peikoff’s new domestic suspense, MOTHER KNOWS BEST. Find out more here.
BLACK NOWHERE by REECE HIRSCH: In Reece Hirsch’s cyber-thriller, BLACK NOWHERE, brilliant college student Nata Fallone starts a website on the “Dark Web” as an experiment—and that’s when things get really dark. Read more at The Big Thrill.
RULE OF CAPTURE by CHRISTOPHER BROWN: Justice rarely comes easy, even in a fair legal system. But what if the powers that be were jailing the opposition and using the courts as a tool of oppression? This is the system in Christopher’s Brown’s compelling new dystopian legal thriller, RULE OF CAPTURE. Find out more here.
WHAT SHE NEVER SAID by CATHARINE RIGGS: Welcome to Serenity Acres, where the super-rich go to die. This elite Santa Barbara enclave may appear bright and immaculate, but behind the iron gates, and beneath the manicured landscapes, lie dark secrets buried by golden shovels. Visit The Big Thrill for more.
ELEVATOR PITCH by LINWOOD BARCLAY: The action in Linwood Barclay’s terrifying new thriller centers on a terrorist plot in which all of the elevators in Manhattan are brought to a grinding halt—some with people in them, and all with nail-biting consequence. Read more here.