INTERVIEW WITH DAVID BRUNS and J. R. OlSON

Rules of Engagement by David Bruns and J. R. Olson brings to the forefront the real threat of cyber warfare in this military thriller.  Both authors use their past experiences as naval officers to bring a wealth of accuracy and realism to the story, which only serves to heighten its authenticity.  Bruns is a former submarine officer who left the business world behind to write sci-fi novels.  Olson spent more than 20 years in the Navy, retiring as a commander, and now teaches college courses in Intelligence/Counter-Terrorism. This tale of clear and present danger forewarns how cyberwarfare is the next battleground that can play out on the...

INTERVIEW WITH DAVID RICCIARDI Jul08

INTERVIEW WITH DAVID RICCIARDI

Rogue Strike (A Jake Keller Thriller Book 2) Davide Ricciardi Berkley Pub. July 2nd, 2019 Rogue Strike by David Ricciardi is relevant to the headlines.  Many of today’s current events, written about a year ago are coming true in the real world.  After reading this suspenseful novel, readers will understand the context of what is happening today. This second book in the series has CIA analyst Zac Miller given an alias of Jake Keller.  With some training and field experience he has become a hardened, more experienced field operative.  Now working for the CIA’s Special Activities Center, alongside Special Ops Marine Corps...

INTERVIEW WITH LEE GOLDBERG

KILLER THRILLER by Lee Goldberg blends suspense and action, with a lot of humor.  With this series fiction becomes reality. This plot has a deadly global conspiracy by Chinese intelligence trying to topple the United States. Ian Ludlow, a bestselling author, is known for his thrillers whose main character is larger-than-life operative Clint Straker. Because his stories have a tendency to come true the CIA and other national security agencies have taken notice. But the Chinese intelligence services also believe he and his companion, Margo French, are foreign assets who are using the cover of researching his next novel. This...