Terrorism Thriller Books

The best terrorism thrillers from both new and established writers.

Fava, a Brilliant Terrorism Thriller by John Hazen

The Bottom Line: John Hazen’s brilliant, highly recommended terrorism thriller may change the way you view the lottery. Francine Vega is an aspiring broadcast journalist who is paying her dues with puff pieces for New York’s Action News. While covering a seemingly benign story about the PowerMax lottery, with the jackpot up to $750 million, […]

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Java Sea

Java Sea, a High-Stakes Revenge Thriller by Stanton Swafford

The Bottom Line: A high-stakes revenge thriller with a frighteningly plausible storyline and razor-sharp action. Highly recommended for fans of Brad Thor. Stanton Swafford’s second novel reprises undercover operative Roy Mancini as his hero. Mancini works for a human intelligence task force that reports to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, ominously known as “the Institute.” […]

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Paladine by Kenneth Eade

Paladine, a Must-Read Terrorism Thriller by Kenneth Eade

The Bottom Line: A sharp, intelligent and unsentimental thriller about the consequences of the war on terror. Government assassin Robert Garcia is most comfortable living off the grid. That proves impossible when he finds himself at a McDonald’s restaurant that comes under attack by a young jihadist. He kills the terrorist, saving scores of customers […]

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Taurus, Taurus, Taurus

Taurus, Taurus, Taraus: a Novel about Bio-Terrorism for Diehard Carnivores

The Bottom Line: A truly original novel about bio-terrorism tailor-made for diehard carnivores. What would happen if an Islamic terror group targeted the worldwide food supply? That’s the interesting question posed by authors Gordon J. Rayner & Ella Mae Rayner in Taurus, Taurus, Taurus. When genetic modification scientist Dr. Gambil became radicalized in the late […]

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Silent Source, a First-Rate Medical Thriller by James Marshall Smith

The Bottom Line: A first-rate medical thriller that establishes new author James Marshall Smith as one of the year’s best newcomers. Among local law enforcement, scientist Damon Keane is something of a celebrity in Atlanta. So when Atlanta police’s Special Operations Section find themselves faced with three ghoulish deaths and no solid leads, the mayor […]

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Siblings

Siblings, An Addictive Counter-Terrorism Thriller by Mike Szumanski

The Bottom Line: Terrorism hits close to home in Mike Szumanski’s addictive thriller about a family’s search for twin jihadists. When investigative attorney Adam Stepowski takes his family to Fourth of July celebrations in Virginia, he can’t imagine that the night’s events will change their lives forever. A fireworks show over a lake quickly erupts into lethal explosions […]

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The Day and the Hour by Presley Acuna

Book Review: The Day and The Hour, a New Apocalypse Thriller by Presley Acuna

The Bottom Line: A glorious end-times religious thriller like you’ve never read before. Newcomer Presley Acuna’s debut novel should be placed near the top of your reading queue. Times Square, New Years Eve, 2019. A lunatic emerges in the crowd, wielding a burning club, demanding repentance from the revelers around him. Suddenly, the crowd is […]

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The Atlantis Gene by AG Riddle

The Atlantis Gene, a Sci-Fi/Terrorism Thriller by A.G. Riddle

The Bottom Line: If you haven’t read this instant classic that spawned the superb Atlantis trilogy, there’s no better time than the present to start with Book 1.  Like its timeless story, this book simply refuses to leave the bestseller charts. The Immari are good at keeping secrets. For 2,000 years, they’ve hidden the truth […]

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The Shooting, a Mike Gage Thriller by William G. Davis

The Bottom Line: One of the best terrorism thrillers of the year. David Baldacci fans may find a new favorite author in William G. Davis. In an age when school shootings are all too common, and society grapples with what appear to be random acts of senseless violence, the mirror is often turned on American […]

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Veil of Deception by Michael Byars Lewis

Book Review: Veil of Deception, a Military Thriller by Michael Byars Lewis

The Bottom Line: This supremely satisfying military thriller hits all the right notes while establishing Lewis among the best in the genre. Highly recommended. The new F-2000 fighter jet is the most secretive project the Air Force has developed since the B-2 bomber. Featuring advanced stealth capability, vertical takeoff/landing and RPA, the ability to fly the […]

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