Tag Archives: science thriller

Guest post: Can our brains see the future? Cole Carver on VECTOR RISING

ScienceThrillers.com welcomes author Cole Carver to discuss the neurobiology behind his science fiction thriller VECTOR RISING. And he’s giving away a paperback copy! Scroll down to enter. Vector Rising by Cole Carver. Science fiction thriller. (November 2017) The present moment is a … Continue reading

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Book review: THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins

ScienceThrillers.com book review of The Demon Crown by James Rollins (Sigma Force # 13) (extraordinary; top 10-15% of SciThri) Tech rating (out of 5): Publication date: December 2017 Category: Science thriller An intro from the author: TO SAVE MANKIND’S FUTURE, SIGMA FORCE MUST MAKE A … Continue reading

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Book review: DEAD ON ARRIVAL by Matt Richtel

ScienceThrillers.com book review of Dead on Arrival by Matt Richtel (excellent; top 30% of SciThri) Tech rating (out of 5): Publication date: August 2017 Category: Science thriller / Science fiction Summary (from the publisher): An airplane touches down at a desolate airport in a remote Colorado … Continue reading

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Release day GENOME by A.G. Riddle

A.G. Riddle is one of the world’s most successful independent authors. Riddle writes SciFi/SciThri, and today is release day for book 2 in his Extinction Files series. Read about GENOME below. Genome by A.G. Riddle (2017; science thriller, series) A … Continue reading

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Guest post: Smallpox and a MacGyver chemist in thriller DEADLY SAVAGE

ScienceThrillers.com welcomes award-winning author and chemist Dave Edlund, whose latest Peter Savage thriller Deadly Savage invokes the great historic scourge of smallpox. Deadly Savage by Dave Edlund. Action/ international political / bioterror thriller. (April 2016) When militants invade the Belarusian State University in Minsk, … Continue reading

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Guest post: Evil + science makes good stories by Jenifer Ruff

ScienceThrillers.com welcomes author Jenifer Ruff, a science thriller writer who uses her epidemiology credentials to create a ripped-from-the-headlines bioterror novel called Only Wrong Once. Only Wrong Once by Jenifer Ruff. Science / bioterror thriller. (September 2017) A sinister experiment outside Aleppo. Two … Continue reading

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Don’t mess with bird flu: THE HAN AGENT by Amy Rogers

I am pleased to announce the release of my third science thriller novel, The Han Agent. The book has gotten some rave reviews from early readers, and I’m so excited to share this book with you, the ScienceThrillers.com audience, for whom … Continue reading

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Guest post: Science thriller plot ideas by Dennis Meredith

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

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