Author Archives: Amy Rogers

Would you read this book?

My next, long-overdue science thriller novel The Han Agent will finally hit bookstores in August. I’ll be sharing more with you about the origin of this story, but for now I need your feedback. To prepare advance reader copies for reviewers, … Continue reading

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Elephant ivory and cybercrime in new thriller

ScienceThrillers.com welcomes author Geoffrey Wells, whose new technothriller novel Atone for the Ivory Cloud combines elephant ivory trafficking, cybercrime, and international intrigue. Support ScienceThrillers.com and the author by buying Atone for the Ivory Cloud at amazon.com The Science Under the Ivory … Continue reading

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Guest post: Antisense RNA therapy in fiction

ScienceThrillers.com welcomes J.M. Lanham, an author whose novel The R.E.M. Effect “hearkens to Michael Crichton’s penchant for genetics gone wrong, pharmaceutical malfeasance, and high-stakes conspiracies.” Here, Lanham shows his hard-SF bona fides with a guest post about antisense RNA therapy, … Continue reading

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Guest post: From physicist to novelist

ONE WEEK ONLY: “Smart, scary science thriller” Reversion by @ScienceThriller Amy Rogers is free. Get yours from your favorite ebook retailer, and please post a review if you can. ScienceThrillers.com welcomes Dr. James Marshall Smith, an expert on nuclear terrorism … Continue reading

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Guest post: PHOENIX AFTERLIFE by James Leth

ScienceThrillers.com welcomes author James Leth to tell us about his debut science fiction novel Phoenix Afterlife. Support ScienceThrillers.com and the author by buying Phoenix Afterlife at amazon.com–if you don’t win the book giveaway below! a Rafflecopter giveaway Mind vs Brain: Author James … Continue reading

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PACIFIC BURN Japan thriller now in paperback: win!

Author Barry Lancet knows Japan. As an expatriate American who is married to a Japanese woman and has lived and worked in Japan for decades, Lancet started writing thriller fiction with his award-winning debut Japantown using what he knows. This arresting … Continue reading

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SciThri new releases: February 2017

Here’s the ScienceThrillers.com occasional 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 … Continue reading

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Guest post: BRAIN DAMAGE by Freida McFadden

ScienceThrillers.com welcomes physician and novelist Freida McFadden (AKA Dr. Fizzy McFizz, creator of “A Cartoon Guide to Becoming a Doctor“) to tell us about her latest medical thriller, and the odd neurologic deficit at the heart of the story. Brain … Continue reading

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