Turn off the phone, tell the kids there is cereal in the pantry, the latest installment in “The Bowers Files” brings another eagerly awaited suspense thriller.
Christy Award winner Steven James does it again in his fifth Patrick Bowers thriller The Queen. FBI Special Agent Patrick Bowers is working a case in rural Wisconsin when he realizes there is much more to investigate than originally thought. While investigating a double homicide Bowers uncovers a high-tech conspiracy that ties the Cold War with present day Middle East.
Steven James is definitely one of my top five favorite authors. The Queen will have you turning pages late into the night. It is a heart stopping, fast paced, must read thriller for 2011.
I do want to warn readers this book contains violence and graphic descriptions of disturbing crime scenes. It is not for the faint-of-heart who may be offended by such written images. For more on this topic, please read Steven James’ blog article entitled “Why I Write about Evil” .
“Available September 2011 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”
Steven James has penned 30+ books spanning the genres of psychological thrillers, prayer collections, dramas, monologues, a nine book series on creative storytelling, YA fantasy, and inspirational nonfiction.
He has received wide critical acclaim for his work including four Storytelling World Honor awards, two Publishers Weekly starred reviews, and 2009 and 2011 Christy Awards for best suspense. His latest thriller, The Bishop, was named both Suspense Magazine’s and The Christian Manifesto’s 2010 Book of the Year.
Steven earned a Master’s Degree in Storytelling from ETSU in 1997 and is an active member of International Thriller Writers, the Authors Guild, Mystery Writers of America, and International Association of Crime Writers. He is a contributing editor to Writer’s Digest, and has taught writing and storytelling principles on three continents. He lives in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee with his wife and three daughters. When he’s not writing or speaking, he’s rock climbing, playing disc golf, or (shh….) slipping away to a matinee.[/author_info] [/author]
FTC Disclosure: Special thanks to Donna Hausler of Baker Publishing Group for sending me a review copy of The Queen by Steven James.Pin It