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ScienceThrillers.com welcomes author Dennis Meredith, whose author of several science thrillers whose next book The Neuromorphs is seeking nominations on Kindle Scout for one more day. Nominate it today and get a free ebook when it’s published! The Neuromorphs summary: In 2050, self-learning Helper … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com welcomes author Robert Reiss writing as James Abel. Abel’s series of science thrillers about Joe Rush, a military bio-terror expert, is now at book #4. If you haven’t discovered these yet, now is the time! Vector by James Abel. Science/medical thriller … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com welcomes author Kathleen Valenti, whose mystery series featuring pharmaceutical researcher Maggie O’Malley launches September 5. Want to read it before everyone else? Enter to win a paperback ARC (advance reader copy)! a Rafflecopter giveaway Protocol by Kathleen Valenti. Medical mystery/thriller (September 5, … Continue reading
ScienceThrillers.com welcomes author Larry Constantine, who got my attention with the blurb from legendary DNA scientist George Church for his upcoming new release The Intaglio Imprint. The book delves into bioethics and reproductive cloning. Constantine writes under the pen name Lior Samson … Continue reading
When I first saw a draft of Matt Kambic’s thriller EVEREST RISING, the novelty of his premise–the Earth is pregnant–had me hooked. I guided Matt through a couple of rewrites, and then published his novel through ScienceThrillers Media. Kambic’s splendid … Continue reading
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
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