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Due to international copyrights, not all titles will be available or similarly priced outside of the United States. – Holly
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers, Technothrillers, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, High Tech
“I was skeptical about this novel. Would I really be able to get drawn in to a story about a band of renegades trying to save the world’s food supply? Well, the short answer is yes. I was completely engrossed from the very beginning. Season of the Harvest is smart and funny and wild and frightening and really, really scarily believable.” – Reviewer Elizabeth Schulenburg
“This novel is a delicious treat for those who like action and adventure. It is a science fiction novel that is at once contemporary and reminiscent of the great novels that have bejeweled the genre through the years. It is a cautionary tale that will haunt the reader, and invite us all to think twice about the simple decisions we make every day.” – Author Dan Moore
“Season of the Harvest was smart, entertaining, and believable. If you enjoy your Sci-fi novels and/or thrillers check this book out and then hang on to the edge of your seat, because that is where you will be perched until you hit the last page!” – Moonlit Dreams
If you enjoy stories by James Rollins, Michael Crichton, Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, get ready to strap yourself in for a roller coaster ride of terrifying adventure…
You Are What You Eat
At a genetics lab where a revolutionary strain of corn is being developed, FBI Special Agent Jack Dawson’s best friend and fellow agent is brutally murdered, his body torn apart.
Jack is convinced that Naomi Perrault, a beautiful geneticist and suspected terrorist, is behind the murder. But when Jack is framed for setting off a bomb that devastates the FBI lab in Quantico, Naomi becomes Jack’s only hope of survival.
Confronted by the terrifying truth of what the genetically engineered seeds stolen by his friend are truly for and who is really behind them, Jack joins Naomi in a desperate fight across half the globe to save humanity from extermination…
More Praise From Reviewers
“Hicks tells this story as part X-Files, part CSI and part Jason Bourne. And it works.” – The Kudzu Corner
“If you’ve got a taste for conspiracy theories, then this book is a perfect read. A science fiction fan couldn’t ask for anything better. Aliens, action, suspense, even a touch of romance — Hicks does it all.” – The Guilded Quill
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If you enjoy Season Of The Harvest, make sure to get your copy of Bitter Harvest, the explosive second book of the trilogy!
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Action & Adventure, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Mystery
J ack Breeder has only one talent, a knack for finding things, even when someone doesn’t want them to be found. After years of Jack ruining one perfectly conceived plot after the next, a dark underground syndicate believes it’s time he made a career change.
When a mysterious job, too good to resist, turns from a simple retrieval to a high stakes game of lost and found, Jack finds himself racing against the clock to save those he loves. With a supporting cast of humorous sidekicks, the one-liners fly as fast as the bullets whizzing by their heads. The Finder tells the tale of what one man will do to save his way of life.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers, Romance
“ To be, or not to be, the woman I was engineered to be?” That’s the question third-generation clone Kai-Lee Fox can’t help asking herself. And it’s all Ella Fitzgerald’s fault.
For more than four hundred years, all aboard the star cruiser Janus has been sweetness and light. Thanks to advanced techniques and a flawless educational system, life goes on … and on and on … for the five hundred souls (a.k.a., the Quingenti) who bolted Earth when the Global Assembly refused to legalize human cloning. (It was only meant to be a temporary fix, after all, a stop-gap strategy adopted while science struggles to conquer the Known Span, that one-hundred-twenty-year mortality threshold everybody reaches, but nobody crosses.)
Who knew six lousy words could trigger a rebellion? Especially words as apparently harmless as, “There was only one Ella Fitzgerald.” But the words no sooner leave Kai’s mouth when the light goes on and the trouble begins. Before long the same truth that rocked her world makes itself known to a handful of others, and at least one of them doesn’t have the sense to keep quiet.
When Dr. Ke-Ling Yan, the Colony’s lead geneticist and a member of the ruling Council, announces his intention to move for the abolition of cloning, the mild-mannered Quingenti reveal themselves as anything but. Believing Ke-Ling is the only “catastrophically imbalanced” citizen, the Council opts for containment via the Alpha Genesis Option. (Think microchip, implanted in every colonist’s brain. Think excruciating, in extremis, involuntary intervention that wipes the mental hard drive, producing a zombie ready and willing to be reprogrammed.)
But word gets out before the mind police can make their move, and Ke-Ling takes containment completely off the table with a shockingly public suicide and a ship-wide broadcast designed to open everyone’s eyes. In no time at all, the life aboard the Janus morphs into an interstellar witch hunt. Every secret will be exposed, every non-compliant psyche raped.
Will Kai-Lee and her friends be able to hang onto the new lives they’ve found? Where do you run when you’re on a space ship millions of miles from nowhere, and the hounds are closing in?
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Political, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers, Psychological Thrillers
W here is the best place for a psychopath to hide? Within the penal system, where he serves justice one death sentence at a time. ThE WaReHOuSe> a psychological thriller.
This Book is part one in a three part trilogy.
New York’s death penalty was abolished in 2007, the Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court, ruled the death penalty statute unconstitutional because of a defective protocol it determined was coercive in nature.
Seven years later that had changed . . . and by the following winter of 2015 over a hundred inmates on its now infamous death row had found death by a lethal, three way injection system. That number would increase each year until finally reaching a point well past any previous mark set.
In 2022, however, it was all to change, again.
ThE WaReHOuSe> project was moving along nicely. New York Governor Mr. Hugh Clayton and his Chief of Staff Mr. Benjamin Bailey were at the precipice of solving mankind’s most trying riddle. And with the help of a software engineering genius (code named Bios), and a world renowned neuroscientist (code named Cluster), they had not only cracked the code to the psychopathic mind, but they had also developed a protocol of their own. And with their program now ready to go live, all they needed to complete this masterpiece was its final test subject.
You are invited to witness history in the making as the future of technology unravels the folds of the human psyche. DNA, the very code of life itself, gives up its secrets as the technology, the software, and the program ‘fixes’ one criminal mind at a time.
But be careful what you believe because when the plot turns back onto itself like a double helix, all bets are off as the reader is faced with the heart pounding . . . beginning.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Contemporary, Literary, Contemporary Fiction, Literary Fiction
A remarkably assured and accomplished debut novel that encompasses the bursting life of contemporary Chicago, Looped tells the separate stories of a diverse group of Chicagoans–black, brown, and white, gay, straight, and bi–as their lives unfold in diverging and (occasionally) converging ways over the course of the year 2000. Among the characters are the family of a middle-class black postman whose runaway daughter has just learned she’s pregnant; a gifted half-Vietnamese high-schooler whose troubled father spies on the son he abandoned years earlier; a tradition-bound Greek diner owner whose upwardly mobile daughter, embarrassed by her ethnic roots, is snarled in a loveless marriage; a gay chef whose shaky relationship is strained by the visit of his closeted lover’s uncle, a Catholic priest; and the motley members of an up-and-coming band shaken by the breakup of its ambitious lead guitarist and his sexually confused songwriter girlfriend. Ambitious, sprawling, engrossing, multifaceted, insightful, and addictively readable, Looped explodes with a life and vitality that mirrors the multicultural reality of twenty-first century Chicago, where the families that sustain us are more likely to be those we’ve created than those we’re born to.
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