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Tom Abrahams

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Tom has traveled places most people would avoid. Tom has traveled places most people would avoid. He's braved the stinging winds of a category four hurricane as it pounded The Gulf of Mexico, living and working without power for days.

He's picked his way through the Amazon jungle, trekked across the irradiated exclusion zone of Chernobyl, Ukraine, and climbed the crumbling, high-altitude stone steps leading from the barrio Tacubaya, Miguel Hildalgo, in Mexico City.
He's been evacuated in an ambulance from the barren Badlands of western Canada.
Tom is a veteran television journalist and author who's spent the last 20-plus years telling the biggest stories of our time.
He's reported from the East Room of White House and Capitol Hill, interviewed Presidents and presidential candidates, and was at the Pentagon while smoke still rose in the hours after 9/11.

He's writes post-apocalyptic thrillers, action adventure, and political conspiracies.
Tom lives in the Houston suburbs with his wife, Courtney, and their two children.

Genres: Science Fiction, Thriller, Horror
   1. Home (2015)
   2. Canyon (2016)
   3. Wall (2016)
   4. Rising (2017)
   5. Battle (2017)
   6. Legacy (2018)
   7. Hero (2019)
   8. Harbor (2019)
Alt Apocalypse
   1. Ash (2018)
   2. Lit (2018)
   3. Torrent (2018)
   4. Affliction (2018)
   5. Pox (2021)
   1. Unprepared (2020)
   2. Adrift (2020)
   3. Grounded (2020)
Tom Abrahams recommends
The Loyal Nine (2015)
(Boston Brahmin, book 1)
Bobby Akart
"Bobby Akart has quickly developed into a MUST READ author. His knowledge of history, law, preparedness, and literature coalesces into a fantastic series of novels."
Blood Honor (2016)
(Day After Never, book 1)
Russell Blake
"In Russell Blake's The Day After Never, the world has ended but the adventure has just begun. It's part survivalist fiction, part techno-thriller, part western - and much more. You won't be able to stop turning the pages...even if the world collapses around you. A must read for any fan of post-apocalyptic fiction."
Trackers (2017)
(Trackers , book 1)
Nicholas Sansbury Smith
"Just when you thought the post-apocalyptic genre had lost its power to entertain, along comes "Trackers". It begins with an unapologetic raid in North Korea and only picks up momentum from there. Smith is a master world builder, who takes the familiar and makes it seem new, fresh, and exciting. It's wonderful blend of military sci-fi, political intrigue, and dystopian fiction."
The Rescue (2019)
(Ryan Decker, book 1)
Steven Konkoly
"The Rescue immediately drops the reader into a well-drawn world of betrayal, revenge, and redemption. Ryan Decker is a flawed, relatable hero, unstoppable in his quest for justice."

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