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Marc Cameron

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aka Mark Henry

A native of Texas, Marc Cameron has spent over twenty-five years in law enforcement, the last twenty with the federal government. His assignments have taken him from rural Alaska to Manhattan, from Canada to Mexico and points in between. A second degree black belt in jujitsu, he often teaches defensive tactics to other law enforcement agencies and civilian groups. Cameron presently lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife and BMW motorcycle.

Genres: Thriller
Series contributed to
Barry Awards Best Thriller nominee (2016) : Brute Force

Marc Cameron recommends
Fog of War (2013)
(Justin Hall, book 3)
Ethan Jones
"I've enjoyed all the Justin Hall thrillers, but I have to say, they just keep getting better."
Cataclysm (2016)
Tim Washburn
"Washburn brings a new kind of terror."
This Scorched Earth (2018)
William Gear
"William Gear's This Scorched Earth offers razor-sharp prose and an epic plot that make it impossible to put down... Through every page Gear gives us an intensely personal look at human weakness, pure evil, and more important, the boneless resilience that is possible after unimaginable tragedy."
Reaper: Ghost Target (2018)
(Sniper , book 1)
Nicholas Irving and A J Tata
"From Nicholas Irving and A.J. Tata - two guys who have walked the walk and definitely know how to talk the talk. Reaper: Ghost Target is impossible to put down."
Death Rattle (2019)
(Guns of Samuel Pritchard, book 1)
Sean Lynch
"Sean lynch is the real deal!."
Rules of Engagement (2019)
(Don Riley, book 1)
David Bruns and J R Olson
"Timely, gripping, and packed with realistic detail, Rules of Engagement grabs you from the start and doesn't let go. I'll read anything Bruns and Olson write."
Dark Web (2019)
(Tom Clancy's Net Force Relaunch, book 1)
Tom Clancy, Steve Pieczenik and Jerome Preisler
"Net Force: Dark Web is a tightly woven, expertly-crafted story with a finger on the pulse of the overwhelmingly clear and present danger of cyberterrorism. A riveting read."
Savage Son (2020)
(James Reece, book 3)
Jack Carr
"Absolutely fantastic! SAVAGE SON is savagely good, and puts Jack Carr at the very top of the thriller genre."
Without Sanction (2020)
(Matt Drake , book 1)
Don Bentley
"Grabs you from the get-go and never lets up. An absolutely fantastic story."
A Thousand Dead Horses (2020)
Rod Miller
"Crackles with the authentic voice of a writer who knows how to sit a horse-and tell a terffic story."

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