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ere are some thrillers people bought in addition to my novel.


1. The Confession by John Grisham
“The secrets of Grisham’s success are no secret at all. There are two of them: his pacing, which ranges from fast to breakneck, and his Theme—little guy takes on big conspiracy with the little guy getting the win in the end.” —Time magazine




2. Capital Offense by Kathleen Antrim
"'24' meets 'The West Wing' . . . pulse-pounding thriller has it all, riveting characters, spellbinding plot, and a shocking conclusion. Plan to stay up late. Highly recommended." --VINCE FLYNN, New York Times Bestselling Author



3. The Devil Colony : A Sigma Force Novel by James Rollins
“Terrible secrets, the sweep of history, an epic canvas, breathless action...nobody—and I mean nobody—does this stuff better than Rollins.”





4. American Assassin by Vince Flynn
With this 11th Mitch Rapp adventure, Flynn does something a little different. Taking a step back in time, he tells the story of how Rapp initially came to work for the CIA.–PW





5. The President's Henchman Joseph Flynn
"Flynn [is] a master of high-octane plotting." --Chicago Tribune






6. My King The President by Tom Lewis
"Investigative journalist, Jeb Willard, learns that his old college friend, a Secret Service agent, fatally shot the controversial President of the United States and then killed himself."





7. Line of Succession A Thriller by William Tyree
"A shining example of mass market fiction done right." --BestThrillers.com







8. The Elect by James Gilbert
"Reed Thompson is the country's leading conservative talk radio host. His wife Sandy is a successful public relations executive. Together, they enjoy the rarified life of wealth and comfort in their urbane Chicago social circles. Yet that uncomplicated existence is turned upside down when the frontrunner for the Republican nomination for President is killed in a helicopter crash on the eve of the New Hampshire primary."

9. The Protectors (A Thriller) by James Piper
“James Piper has written a story of the attempted assassination of the president. It deals with high finance and corporate intrigue with exceptional insight. It is fast paced and very, very well written. It is brilliant—lucid and intellectually insightful, and of its kind, it is in the first rank.”—David Adams Richards (2000 Giller Prize Award)



Posted 2011/10/18 at 08h00ET in Novels, The Protectors (A Thriller).

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