The Big News! 12 Thriller Ebook Set – Limited Run at $0.99
I want to let you in on an exciting project that some of my colleagues are involved with.
DEADLY DOZEN by The Twelve
Harnessing the power of community, members of The Twelve team up to bring you a value-packed collection comprised of 12 thrillers by New York Times, USA Today, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble bestselling authors.
With a variety of works including suspense, political, crime, and paranormal, you’ll find yourself immersed for days.
My own book TERMINUS is included. If you haven’t read it yet, this is a great chance to get it along with 11 other bestselling author’s novels.
James Rollins said of TERMINUS:
“TERMINUS is a fantastic read in every definition of that word. If Tom Clancy had written a novel of fallen angels and creatures that go bump in the night, this would be it: blisteringly paced, high-tension suspense, characters you bleed with. I can’t wait to read more!”
This is a great opportunity to get twelve novels at the bargain price $0.99 (appr. $50 value!) It’s on sale for a limited time, so grab your copy now.
DEADLY DOZEN contains:
- Cry Wolf by J. Carson Black
- Terminus by Joshua Graham
- Final Vector by Allan Leverone
- Dead Celeb by Michele Scott
- Stranger in Town by Cheryl Bradshaw
- One Day in Budapest by J. F. Penn
- Guaranteed Justice by M.A Comley
- Don’t Know Jack by Diane Capri
- Moonlight Sonata by Vincent Zandri
- The Gifts by Linda Prather
- Night Widow by Carol Davis Luce
- Breaking Steel by Aaron Patterson
Joshua Graham is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, winner of the International Book Award and Forward National Literature Award. His thrillers include DARKROOM, LATENT IMAGE and BEYOND JUSTICE, and TERMINUS. Graham's works have been characterized as thought-provoking page-turners.
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