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Title............................................................. Year..... ISBN.......................... Publisher
Arctic Gold................................................... 2009...... 978-0-31-294695-1....... St. Martins'
Sea of Terror................................................ 2010...... 978-0-31-294696-8....... St. Martins'
Death Wave
(hardcover).................................. 2011...... 978-0-31-267113-6....... St. Martins'
     Death Wave
(British edition)......................... 2011...... 978-0-85738-520-8....... Quercus Publishing Plc
     Death Wave (paperback)............................ 2011...... 978-0-31-237549-2....... St. Martins'

Arctic Gold is my first book written with author Stephen Coonts, and my first New York Times bestseller, spending three weeks on the list and reaching #18.  Officers of the fictitious NSA direct action group "Deep Black" take on the Russian mafia in Russia and on the Arctic ice cap.

Second in my works in the Deep Black spy/adventure series written with Stephen Coonts, Sea of Terror involves a cruise liner, a Japanese plutonium transport ship, and terrorists interested in making a dramatic statement.  It was released on Groundhog Day of 2010 ... and hit the bestseller list two weeks later, opening at #20. 

My third work in this series, Death Wave, came out precisely one year later, but this time in hardcover!  The paperback version will be released on November 29 (but don't wait, go out and buy the hardcover).  I particularly like to cover art on the British edition, which is why it's listed here; it shows the volcano peak and the helicopter battle and ... but I wouldn't want to spoil it for you.

All three of these novels are available as Audio Books as well.  Previous works in this series were written by Stephen Coonts and Jim DeFelice.


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This page was last updated on 08/12/2012