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Holly Stephey and Max Hawthorne’s new marine terror novel, Kronos Rising.

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AFTER 65 MILLION YEARS, THE WORLD’S GREATEST PREDATOR IS BACK. Not since the 1975 movie JAWS, starring Richard Dreyfuss, Roy Scheider, and Robert Shaw, have people been so afraid to go into the water as they have after reading Max Hawthorne’s new marine terror novel, Kronos Rising. In what can only be described as an adrenaline pumping roller coaster ride into pure terror, through the eyes of his intriguing cast of characters, Hawthorne introduces the reader to the deadliest predator the world has ever seen, “now freed, after 65 million years!”
As NY Times Bestselling Author, Stan Pottinger, put it: “A word to the wise: if you bite your nails, you'd better wear oven mitts when reading Kronos Rising. It will drag you down to the depths of fear and take you back for a breath of air as fast as you can turn the pages. Readers beware: a new master of marine terror is in your bookstore, and his name is Max Hawthorne!”
Max Hawthorne is a world record-holding angler whose writing has appeared in a multitude of outdoor magazines and periodicals. He is an avid sportsman and conservationist. His hobbies include hunting, fishing and the collection of fossils and antiquities.