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Tonight on Beyond the Cover we play the last interviews from Thriller Fest. Hank Phillippi Ryan, Jamie Freveletti and Robert Wilson. All of the authors bring you a very unique perspective of Thriller Fest and some behind the scenes action into their writing and of course their latest book. Come and relax with Jeff Ayers and John Raab as they bring you the very best author interviews, reviews, industry news and much more, only on Beyond The Cover.
Beyond the Cover is a show on the Suspense Radio Network. Check out www.suspenseradionetwork.com for more information on this show and all the shows we have playing. There is something for everyone and beyond.
New York Times bestselling author Joshua Graham welcomes #1 NY Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Douglas Preston to Thriller Radio to discuss his new novel The Kraken Project
Beyond the Cover is hosted by John Raab and Jeff Ayers. On the show you will hear book reviews, author interviews, industry news, publishing tips, new releases and so much more.
We conducted a dozen interviews at Thriller Fest 2015 this year and will play three of them tonight. Last show we had David Morrell, Sandra Brown and Mark Alpert. On this show we will have NY Times Bestselling author Joseph Finder, along with all world author Jon Land and Joseph Badal (who's last two books won for best novel at the New Mexico Book Festival).
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Welcome to Whispers Thriller Thursday: Big Brother Whispers Fear N Doubt Edition. Hosted by Jim, and the Dream Team. Join them weekly as they talk about the game. Every week who knows what may be revealed. Will we learn of a new twist? Will we hear of a new turn? Will we have fear put into us? Will hearing this podcast make us start to doubt? This is part of the game, this is part of your life, this is part of Big Brother Whispers Fear N Doubt Edition!
Raven’s Run: a Cybertech Thriller
A patriotic rogue agent, RAVEN, is saved by JOSIE, a gentle woman with mystic powers. When he is terminated with prejudice by the government, they must work together to rediscover censored history, expose high treason, solve two historic assassinations, and prevent an apocalyptic attack that would destroy America.
John Trudel’s fourth thriller introduces two major new characters, RAVEN and JOSIE. It features a post-nuclear Iran and a young, naïve, John Black (the male lead in God’s House). It will be followed next year by a sequel, Raven’s Redemption.
Other novels by John Trudel include: Privacy Wars, Soft Target and God’s House.
Tags: Raven’s Run, John Trudel, thriller, cybertech, government, America
A.D. Starrling is the author of the award-winning action thriller series Seventeen.
Born on the small island nation of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, A.D. came to the UK at the age of twenty to study medicine. After five years of hard graft earning her MD and another five years working all of God’s hours as a Pediatrician, she decided it was time for a change and returned to her first love, writing.
Her thriller series Seventeen combines action, adventure, science, and a dose of the paranormal to make each book an explosive, adrenaline-fueled read.
Her debut novel Soul Meaning (Seventeen Series Book #1) has won and been nominated for several awards, as has the second book in the series. She currently lives in Warwickshire in the West Midlands, where she is busy writing the next installments in the series. She still practises medicine. AD Starrling is her pen name.
Thriller novelist James Hankins steps behind the microphone at Authors on the Air to interview his friend, thriller novelist Daniel Palmer, author and son of the late, great Michael Palmer. Daniel Palmer spent a decade as an e-commerce pioneer helping to build first generation websites for Barnes & Noble and other popular brands. An experienced musician and songwriter, Daniel has recorded two CDs and licensed his songs for commercial use. Daniel's co-written two short stories for the trade organization International Thriller Writers, which were published in Thriller (edited by James Patterson) and First Thrills (edited by Lee Child). Daniel's novels of domestic suspense frequently explore the hidden dangers and vulnerabilities of an increasingly tech-centric world. He holds a master's degree in mass communications from Boston University, and currently resides in New Hampshire with his wife and two children.
All four of James Hankins' books (SHADY CROSS, BROTHERS AND BONES, JACK OF SPADES, and DRAWN) spent time in the Kindle Top 100 and became Amazon #1 bestsellers, while BROTHERS received a coveted starred review from Kirkus Reviews and was named to their list of Best Books of 2013. James lives with his wife and twin sons just north of Boston.
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What is BITS? We start with the varied definitions of bit. A bit can be a small portion, degree, or amount such as a bit of lint; a bit of luck. On the other hand a bit can be a brief amount of time, a moment as in Wait a bit. Or how about a short scene or episode in a theatrical performance? Or a bit part? Keeping with our theatrical theme, a bit can be an entertainment routine given regularly by a performer; an act. Let’s take our definition of bit further. A bit can be the sharp part of a tool, such as the cutting edge of a knife or ax or a particular kind of action, situation, or behavior as in I got tired of the macho bit. How about a matter being considered as in What's this bit about inflation? The Brits consider a bit a small coin: a three penny bit. BITS for our purposes are an amalgamation of all and is about our bit to contribute and share by bringing you a bit of knowledge as information and entertainment, and as a matter to be considered. So have a listen to our brief, daily dose of BITS where a little knowledge goes a long way brought to you by the artist of communication Halli Casser-Jayne, host of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
Leon Opio is originally from Brooklyn, NY but has spent the last 12 years in Delaware where he resides with his loving and supportive wife Tabitha and their two daughters, Alexis and Arlene.
Leon began his writing journey five years ago and enjoys writing horror and suspense stories. He also writes young adult stories; especially those that tackle issues such as bullying and teen suicide.
His first published book is entitled Vengeance is Mine, a suspense/thriller that will keep readers guessing and on the edge of their seats. Expect a sequal to come soon!
Leon next published the children's book Joy's Great Zoo Adventure, a story of a young orphan girl who learns that you don't need to be blood to be family.
Leon has also published a young adult novel, Mr. Nimbus and the School Bullies, an anti-bullying tale.
You can see more about Leon Opio, his books, charities and causes he supports, and so much more on his Facebook page.
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