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Graham Brown

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Graham Brown grew up in Illinois, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, moving often with his family. As far as he knows they weren't in the witness protection program or part of any top secret government agency - but then - would they really tell him?

Graham went to college in Arizona, earning a degree in Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona and went on to get a law degree from Arizona State College of Law in Tempe.

A former pilot and lawyer and later part of a start up health care firm, Graham decided he hadn't had enough different careers yet and decided to become a writer.

Genres: Thriller, Urban Fantasy

Danielle Laidlaw
   1. Black Rain (2010)
     aka The Mayan Conspiracy
   2. Black Sun (2010)
     aka Doomsday
   3. The Eden Prophecy (2012)
NUMA Files (with Clive Cussler)
   9. Devil's Gate (2011)
   10. The Storm (2012)
   11. Zero Hour (2013)
   12. Ghost Ship (2014)
   13. The Pharaoh's Secret (2015)
   14. Nighthawk (2017)
   15. The Rising Sea (2018)
   16. Sea of Greed (2018)
   17. Journey of the Pharaohs (2020)
   18. Fast Ice (2021)
   19. Untitled NUMA #19 (2022)
Shadows Trilogy (with Spencer J Andrews)
   1. Shadows of the Midnight Sun (2013)
   2. The Half Life (2015)
   The Gods of War (2014) (with Spencer J Andrews)
Graham Brown recommends
Allegiance (2014)
(Jackson Quick, book 1)
Tom Abrahams
"Tom Abrahams' writing is sharp like the crack of a rifle, clear like a trumpet's call...where the stakes are as big as Texas."
Killer Choice (2018)
Tom Hunt
"Killer Choice ensnares the reader in a complex and chilling plot, forcing you to consider your own humanity and answer the ultimate question: just how far would you go when faced with the impossible? Each twist and turn wraps the reader in a tighter coil until you're racing to the end so you can take a breath once again. This debut thriller is not to be missed."
Killing Icarus (2021)
Paul Kemprecos
"Paul's style and authenticity are second to none. He's like Cape Cod's version of Tony Hillerman. I urge you to pick up Killing Icarus, and when you're done, go back and read Paul's other mysteries. You won't be disappointed."

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