We're getting closer to finishing my alphabetical list of Historical Conspiracy Mystery Thriller Author who thrill readers with thrillers, such as conspiracy, action adventures, historical mystery and lots of genre twists. Here's the L ~ P authors of novels that will scare the socks of you and keep you up, turning chapter after chapter until you finish reading.
T.S. Learner takes an interesting approach to her writing. Instead of describing herself on her website in an about me page, she uses a philosophy page. She talks about how she believes it's her job to entertain, illuminate, and take the reader on an adventure. She also believes that all of her books should be well researched to give her readers the best experience possible.
Scott Mariani writes works of historical fiction that all mesh into a series about Ben Hope, a former SAS special forces' operator. His writing has a big emphasis on both action and adventure. His writing can be found around the world in over 20 different languages and has been compared to major thriller/spy series such as James Bond and Jason Bourne.
Branding herself as an author of mystery, suspense, and young adult materials, Allison Maruska has three books to her name with more to come. She is active on bother her website comments section and her Twitter account. Magic, adventure, and mystery make her stories come alive in the reader’s mind.
Andy McDermott is a British thriller author and former magazine editor, film critic, and journalist. He is best known for his Nina Wilde and Eddie Chase novels. The Hunt for Atlantis is his explosive debut novel, taking adventure thrillers to a brand-new level of action and excitement.
Boyd Morrison is the writer of over five books that deal with codes, conspiracies, and mysteries. Everything from Lochness to Roswell is mentioned in his books. Boyd has worked with famed author Clive Cussler on two books. He started life as an engineer with dreams of becoming a writer. Now he is a writer, gamer, and Jeopardy winner.
Katharine Louise Mosse OBE, is an English novelist, non-fiction and short story writer and broadcaster. She is best known for her timeslip adventure novel 2005 novel Labyrinth, which has been translated into more than 37 languages. Kate is the Co-Founder and Chair of the Board of the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction (previously the Orange Prize) and, in June 2013, was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to literature. She lives in Sussex.
Adam Palmer is a creative author, editor, and musician all wrapped into one. He has nine books to his name and a collection of books that he has either edited or wrote for hire. The topics of his books vary greatly, from The Soul of Spider-Man to a High School Survival Guide to Taming a Liger. He believes that he is just a man doing his best to make a living and educate the public. His books tend to have a focus on theology.
JF Penn is another bestselling thriller author. She uses experience travelling and mixes it with psychology and supernatural tones to make books that will keep you reading. Currently, JF Penn has both a series and a trilogy out on the market, with a few extra books for added measure. Writing has always been her dream. She also aims to help new and aspiring authors with her second website, http://thecreativepenn.com.
Preston and Child
Preston and Child is a first for this list. It isn’t one author, its two. Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child work on books together. Together they have written 24 books. Their books contain action, adventure, and even horror. Both of them have become very big in the writing world.
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