SciThri new releases: March 2014

This month’s roundup of newly-released, or new to me, indie science & medical thrillers.  These books are among the many I don’t have time to read and review, but genre fans might enjoy.

If you are an author or publicist and would like your book listed, contact me with title, author, release date, weblinks, and summary. Only books with scientific or medical themes or characters will be included. Ask me about hosting a giveaway raffle on your behalf.

SciThri New (or new to me) Releases:

(Bonus this month: BOOK GIVEAWAY RAFFLES!)

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White Gold by Rachel Amphlett. Indie science thriller.

A conspiracy that will end alternative energy research; an organisation killing to protect its interests – and a bomb that will change the face of terrorism…

When Sarah Edgewater’s ex-husband is murdered by a radical organisation hell-bent on protecting their assets, she turns to Dan Taylor – geologist, ex-soldier, and lost cause. Together, they must unravel the research notes that Sarah’s ex-husband left behind to locate an explosive device that is circumnavigating the globe towards the London 2012 Olympics – and time is running out.

In an fast-paced ecological thriller that spans the globe, from London to Brisbane and back via the Arctic Circle, Dan and Sarah aren’t just chasing the truth – they’re chasing a bomb that, if detonated, will change the future of alternative energy research and the centre of England’s capital forever.

a Rafflecopter giveaway WHITE GOLD
Bluecoat Book One (The Bluecoat Trilogy) by Jacob Fever. Indie YA technothriller (2014).

James Bluecoat, a young British hacker, is plagued by strange visions which haunt his dreams and hint at a mysterious destiny. Caught red-handed with US military designs, he is sent to PROPS, a top secret research facility where a handful of tech criminals are trained for active duty. Here James meets Rebecca Kent, a committed hacktivist with secrets of her own and a burning desire to escape. As their relationship grows, dark forces are already at work, plotting the pair’s ultimate destruction. And once this attack is underway, the two of them are forced headlong into a deadly race against time. The first volume in a trilogy, Bluecoat Book One is an explosive YA thrill-ride taking in the mountains of North Carolina, the frozen wastes of the South Atlantic, the wilds of Ireland, and the streets of Washington DC.

The True Virus: Thriller Novel by Charles Vrooman. Indie technothriller (2014).

This story takes place during the last Gaza/Israeli war. It starts out with a hacking incident involving the main CIA computer. After this breach in security, John Brookfield a CIA computer specialist, travels to Israel to work with Sarah Stein the Co-developer of DNA computer technology to find out if the DNA component of the CIA system has been compromised. John is shocked when the cell phone of a fellow CIA agent in Israel is hit by a bullet and explodes in his hand. Soon after an epidemic breaks out and the agent dies. With Sarah’s help, John discovers that a Hamas bioterrorist is the hacker who programmed the CIA’s system to produce the real live virus that caused the epidemic.

a Rafflecopter giveaway THE TRUE VIRUS

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Do you enjoy thrillers with real science? Read Petroplague by Dr. Amy Rogers. Oil-eating bacteria contaminate the fuel supply of Los Angeles and paralyze the city. “Compellingly written, technically literate” “top 5 on my best of 2011 list” “the science is utterly believable” “I couldn’t put this one down”

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