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Jeremy Robinson

USA flag (b.1974)

Robinson was born in Beverly, Massachusetts, where he lived until he was 20. He now resides in New Hampshire with his wife and two children, where he works as a full-time writer. Robinson's career as a writer started out in comic books with several stints on indie comics. After that he wrote screenplays, several of which were produced, optioned or in development (including the screenplay version of The Didymus Contingency). His switch to book writing came with The Screenplay Workbook in 2003. He has since written five novels, three are published, Raising the Past and The Didymus Contingency and his third novel, Antarktos Rising, also from Breakneck Books.  

Genres: Thriller, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror
Jeremy Robinson recommends
The Eden Seed (2008)
(Seraphim, book 1)
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"Peck leads us on a rollercoaster journey through some of the most taboo subjects in antiquity at a truly startling pace."
Perdition's Gate (2010)
James Somers
"James Somers is one of my favorite authors. His pacing, creativity and the unique spiritual perspective he brings to his stories never disappoint."
Wired Kingdom (2010)
(Tara Shores, book 1)
Rick Chesler
"WIRED KINGDOM is a fast-paced thriller that is one third deep-sea adventure, one third FBI sleuthing and one third awesome. A superb debut novel and killer concept."
Saying Goodbye to the Sun (2010)
David McAfee
"...a fast paced page-turner that keeps you guessing until the dramatic conclusion."
The Shepherd (2011)
(Ackerman, book 1)
Ethan Cross
"THE SHEPHERD is an intense novel that will have you locking your windows and doors, installing a safe room and taking Ambien so you can sleep through the night after finishing. Ethan Cross opens up the mind of a serial killer, exposes you to it, and leaves you with years of therapy bills. But this thrill-ride is worth every penny."
At the Outpost of Fate (2011)
(Dodge Dalton, book 2)
Sean Ellis
"Sean Ellis is a thriller reader's dream come true."
Clean Exit (2015)
(Ajax Clean, book 1)
J Kent Holloway
"Clean Exit mixes mystery, thrills and hard forensic science to create a fascinating and fast-paced story that will have you reading far past your bedtime."
Fragile (2016)
(Gallows Investigations, book 2)
Justin R Macumber
"Fragile is my most anticipated horror novel of 2016. Macumber spins creepy yarns and keeps me turning pages when i should be sleeping."
Primordial (2017)
(Sam Aston Investigations, book 1)
Alan Baxter and David Wood
"Primordial has everything...A thriller that is hard to put down."

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