First Prize Winner of the 2011 Forward National Literature Awards
Award-Winning Finalist in the Mystery/Suspense category of The USA “Best Books 2011″ Awards

“… A heart-pounding thriller…This gripping novel has it all: faith,
hope, conspiracy, legal thrills, heart-pounding scenes…”
The Washington Post

“…Action, political intrigue and well-rounded characters. Graham has created a novel that thriller fans will devour.
CBS News Entertainment

“Darkroom is a haunting Tale”
Toledo News Now 

” Darkroom is a fascinating, fast-paced, beautifully written story of love and war, murder, terrorism, and a dark conspiracy.”

Douglas Preston, New York Times bestselling coauthor of Cold Vengeance and The Monster of Florence

Darkroom comes complete with a great mystery, unearthed secrets, and beguiling adventure. Joshua Graham mines an emotional landscape through an entourage of fascinating characters. Read this one—and take a walk on the perilous side.
Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Jefferson Key

Bravo! Graham takes characters and puts them inside each others lives in such a way that it’s impossible to put his book down until the last word is read. . . . [His] power with words is absolutely incredible and paints one of the most powerful pictures I’ve ever seen, anywhere.
Suspense Magazine

Mixing the end of the Vietnam War with a young woman’s paranormal visions of a murder in today’s New York, Graham has created a modern political thriller wrapped in a historical puzzle inside a tale of redemption. The short chapters, told from the point of view of the various characters, give it a cinematic feel and a breakneck pace.
Author Magazine

Darkroom is a twisted tale of conspiracies [that] moves at a frantic and suspenseful pace. . . . Mr. Graham immediately grabs hold of the reader with the tenacity of a pit bull and will not let go until you have read every last page and emerge exhausted and happily satiated from this astonishing ride. . . . I would not hesitate to recommend Darkroom . . . You won’t be disappointed.”
—PsychoticState.net Book Reviews



After scattering her mother’s ashes in Vietnam, photojournalist Xandra Carrick comes home to New York to rebuild her life and career. When she experiences supernatural visions that reveal atrocities perpetrated by American soldiers during the Vietnam War, she finds herself entangled in a forty-year-old conspiracy that could bring the nation into political turmoil.

Launching headlong into a quest to learn the truth from her father, Peter Carrick, a Pulitzer Prize Laureate who served as an embedded photographer during the war, Xandra confronts him about a dark secret he has kept–one that has devastated their family.

Her investigations lead her to her departed mother’s journal, which tell of love, spiritual awakening, and surviving the fall of Saigon.

Pursued across the continent, Xandra comes face-to-face with powerful forces that will stop at nothing to prevent her from revealing the truth. But not before government agencies arrest her for murder, domestic terrorism and an assassination attempt on the newly elected president of the United States.

Darkroom is a riveting tale of suspense that tears the covers off the human struggle for truth in a world imprisoned by lies.