Interview with James Rollin

THE DEMON CROWN: Sigma Force 12 James Rollins December, 2017 William Morrow THE DEMON CROWN by James Rollins, a Sigma Force novel, blends action, adventure, science and history. Per usual, he takes a unique idea based on some truth and builds a narrative around it. Readers, in typical, Rollins style, learn something, while being entertained at the same time. In this latest novel, the characters see creatures flying through the air wondering if it is a bird, a plane, and then realize they are gigantic wasps. It begins in 1903 when Alexander Graham Bell flies to Italy to retrieve the bones of James Smithson, the founder of the Smithsonian...

Review of THE SEVENTH PLAGUE

THE SEVENTH PLAGUE James Rollins Sigma Force book 11 Dec 2016 William Morrow Pub. THE SEVENTH PLAGUE  by James Rollins blends scientific intrigue with a small dose of historical mystery. Unlike his other books, this one has more of an emphasis on the science, both physical and biological. However, readers of Rollins’ books always learn from interesting facts within a gripping story and this novel is no different. This as well as the other books always has scenes between Commander Grayson Pierce and his father who, has Alzheimer’s’ disease. Rollins believes he was influenced, “by my father’s death during the course of writing this book. No...

James Rollins – The WAR HAWK Interview

WAR HAWK creates a realistic relationship and brings back the beloved characters of working dog Kane and his handler Tucker Wayne. The plot begins when a former flame and army colleague, Jane Sabatello, asks Tucker for his help in finding those who want to kill her and have murdered her former co-workers. Through his investigation he finds that an evil corporate CEO, Pruitt, is behind these killings and global conspiracy. He is using the knowledge of Alan Turing, the English code-breaker of the Nazis, to change the way modern warfare is fought. Elise Cooper: What was it like to co-write with Grant Blackwood? JR: We outlined in great detail,...

James Rollins’ WAR HAWK Reviewed

WAR HAWK James Rollins and Grant Blackwood April 19th, 2016 William Morrow WAR HAWK by James Rollins and Grant Blackwood is a thrilling novel. This series is different than Rollins’ others in that it is more in the realm of complete believably and realism, with nothing far fetched. In creating a realistic relationship the beloved characters of working dog Kane and his handler Tucker Wayne are brought back to life. The plot begins when a former flame and army colleague, Jane Sabatello, asks Tucker for his help in finding those who want to kill her and have murdered her former co-workers. Through his investigation he finds that an evil...

BONE LABYRINTH by James Rollins Reviewed

BONE LABYRINTH James Rollins William Morrow December 15th, 2015 BONE LABYRINTH, by James Rollins, is a thriller that tugs at the reader’s hearts. There are two plots, one historical and one scientific. This novel explores many important current topics including animal experimentation, the relationship between the guerilla and man, as well as the genetic make-up of a human’s brain. This 11th Sigma Force novel has Painter Crowe, the director, assigning Commander Gray Pierce, to investigate an attack on a group of scientists exploring a massive cave in the mountains of Croatia. One of the scientists, geneticist Lena Crandall, along with her...