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James Rollins


(James Czajkowski)
USA flag (1961 - )

aka James Clemens

James Rollins was born in Chicago, Illinois, is 1961. With his three brothers and three sisters, he was raised in the Midwest and rural Canada. He graduated with a doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Missouri and went on to establish his own veterinary practice in Sacramento, California. An amateur spelunker and a PADI-certified scuba enthusiast, he'll often be found either underground or underwater.
 
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The Didymus Contingency (2005)
(Origins, book 1)
Jeremy Robinson
"A fast-paced page-turner like no other."
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Golem (2005)
Greg Vilk
"Strap yourself in for the ride!"
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The Cleaner (2006)
(Jonathan Quinn Thriller, book 1)
Brett Battles
"It's always great to discover a new writer who can turn a genre on its ear. Brett Battles's THE CLEANER proves the case. Part Raymond Chandler, part Clive Cussler, part Robert Ludlum, here is an international thriller chocked full of action, taut with suspense, and laced with a fair amount of humor and romance. An exciting debut by a major new talent...I look forward to seeing what comes next!"
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Dark Gold (2006)
(Night-Sea Trilogy, book 1)
David Angsten
"Like Benchley's Jaws, David Angsten's debut will once again chase swimmers out of the water. Fraught with shivering suspense and a hauntingly eerie atmosphere, Dark Gold grips with feverish intensity. As literate as it is frightening. Read it with both a silver cross and a spear gun at your side."
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Public Enemy (2006)
(W. Cooper, book 2)
Will Staeger
"Cross Hiaasen with Clancy and you'll get Will Staeger."
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Shadows in the Mist (2006)
Brian Moreland
"An adventure not to be missed!"
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Sign of the Cross (2006)
(Payne and Jones, book 2)
Chris Kuzneski
"Chris Kuzneski writes with an energy that is contagious! Action, suspense, mystery, and a biting thread of humor...what more can you ask from a novel?"
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Plague Year (2007)
(Plague , book 1)
Jeff Carlson
"Harrowing, heartfelt, and rock-hard realistic. Not to be missed."
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Empyre (2007)
Josh Conviser
"Raw kinetic energy and blistering pace . . . a thriller for the new millennium."
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Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse (2008)
Victor Gischler
"Part Christopher Moore, part Quentin Tarantino, Victor Gischler is a raving, badass genius."
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The Archangel Project (2008)
(October Guinness and Jax Alexander, book 1)
C S Graham
"A razor-taut story... Riveting, provocative, and enthralling."
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Library of the Dead (2009)
(Will Piper, book 1)
Glenn Cooper
"The debut of a startling new talent. Here is a story both incandescent and explosive. A seamless blend of modern-day thriller and historical mystery with an ending that left me breathless."
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Fragment (2009)
(Nell Duckworth & Geoffrey Binswanger, book 1)
Warren Fahy
"Think Jurassic park on steroids. This is one helluva ride."
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Killing Red (2009)
(Alex Chapa, book 1)
Henry Perez
"A riveting thriller."
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Dark Time (2009)
(Mortal Path, book 1)
Dakota Banks
"A novel to be savored... not to be missed."
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Vampire for Hire (2009)
(Vampire for Hire)
J R Rain
"Gripping, adventurous, and romantic - J.R. Rain's The Lost Ark is a breakneck thriller that traces the thread of history from Biblical stories to current-day headlines. Be prepared to lose sleep!"
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Horns (2009)
Joe Hill
"A new master in the field of suspense."
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The Fall (2010)
(Strain Trilogy, book 2)
Chuck Hogan and Guillermo del Toro
"A terrifying story that feels like it was ripped from today's headlines."
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The Noah's Ark Quest (2010)
(Tyler Locke, book 1)
Boyd Morrison
"A stunning thriller with a premise as ingenious as it is flawlessly executed."
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The Hypnotist (2010)
(Reincarnationist, book 3)
M J Rose
"Haunting, lyrical... Not to be missed."
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Damaged (2010)
(Kate Lange, book 1)
Pamela Callow
"Part medical mystery, part bloody thriller... a debut that had me flipping pages into the wee hours of the morning."
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The Promised War (2010)
(Sam Deker, book 1)
Thomas Greanias
"Lightning-paced, dagger sharp and brilliantly executed."
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The Thieves of Darkness (2010)
(Michael St. Pierre, book 3)
Richard Doetsch
"A masterwork."
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iDrakula (2010)
Bekka Black
"Bold, innovative, and warped... an insanely imaginative tour de force."
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Ghost Country (2010)
(Breach, book 2)
Patrick Lee
"In a word; Brilliant... left me breathless and awed."
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House Divided (2011)
(Class H Trilogy, book 2)
Raul Ramos y Sanchez
"Thrilling and vibrant... a must-read for all."
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Sirocco (2011)
D L Wilson
"Sirocco is both a razor-edged thriller and a tour de force."
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Devil's Plaything (2011)
(Nathaniel Idle, book 2)
Matt Richtel
"A brilliant thriller, a blend of Michael Crichton and Alfred Hitchcock. From page one, you'll not be able to put this book down."
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The Phoenix Apostles (2011)
(Seneca Hunt, book 1)
Joe Moore and Lynn Sholes
"Bold, taut, and masterfully told."
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L.A. Mental (2011)
Neil McMahon
"As much a mind game as it is thriller, a scientific puzzle buried in a murder mystery, all set against the surreal world of Hollywood filmmaking. . . . I can't wait for the next book!"
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Ballistic (2011)
(Gray Man, book 3)
Mark Greaney
"Bourne for the new millennium."
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Rogue (2011)
(Robin Monarch, book 1)
Mark Sullivan
"A true juggernaut of a thriller, pure adrenaline in print. With the creation of Robin Monarch, Sullivan has crafted a Jason Bourne for the new millennium."
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Cave Dweller (2012)
(Jack Ferrell, book 3)
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"...has everything I love:ripping adventure, buried mysteries, and intrigue that spans centuries."
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Lost and Found (2012)
(September Day, book 1)
Amy Shojai
"Riveting, Heart-wrenching and brilliant, here is the debut of stunning talent."
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The Colony (2012)
A J Colucci
"A novel to leave your skin crawling - and wanting more!"
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Ghost City (2014)
(Spider Thief, book 4)
Laurence MacNaughton
"A new talent well worth exploring deep into the night."
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Black Scorpion (2015)
Jon Land
"Sheer bravado storytelling that turns ink and paper into pure adrenaline."
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Silent Creed (2015)
(Ryder Creed, book 2)
Alex Kava
"Breaking creed simply blew me away...a must read."
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Nightstalkers (2016)
(Meg, book 5)
Steve Alten
"Blisteringly paced with tension that grabs you by the throat..."
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Free Fall (2016)
(Kate Page, book 4)
Rick Mofina
"A blisteringly paced story that cuts to the bone. It left me ripping through pages deep into the night."
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Fatal Odds (2016)
(Michael Knight, book 5)
John F Dobbyn
"Ripped-from-the-heart authenticity that will leave you shocked."
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Relics (2017)
Tim Lebbon
"A darkly beautiful glimpse into another world."
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The Seventh Sun (2017)
(Dan Clifford, book 1)
Kent Lester
"Told with tipped-from-the-headlines authenticity and immediacy that left me breathless."
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And Into the Fire (2017)
Robert Gleason
"Essential reading, Apocalyptic, topical..and frighteningly authentic. Here is a book that kept me turning pages deep into the night."
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The God Peak (2017)
(God Wave Trilogy, book 2)
Patrick Hemstreet
"I can’t wait to read what happens next."
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Into a Dark Frontier (2017)
John Mangan
"John Mangan's Into a Dark Frontier is cut from same cloth as the best of Vince Flynn and Brad Thor, a story written with authority and military authenticity. It's a harsh look at a continent-wide battlefield, waged not only for land but also for the heart of freedom. Timely and exciting."

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