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One of the pleasures of being an author is meeting others fired by the same passion for storytelling that drives me. Here are some that are worth checking out.


Ben Rehder

Ben Rehder is an Edgar, Shamus, and Barry Award finalist, and he won the Texas Philosophical Society's Award of Merit in 2013.

Rehder's Blanco County comic mysteries have made best-of-the-year lists in Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, Kirkus Reviews, and Field & Stream. Learn more about Ben here.


Kairn Savage

writes about ethical dilemmas, family dynamics, and the quirks of human nature, all within the context of an exciting mystery. A native of Canada, Kairn lives in Vancouver with her husband and two cats, Bella and Raoul. Learn more about Kairn here.


Patrick Weill

writes thrillers, and loves to lose himself in the pleasure of creating stories. His latest work is Bad Traffic, book 2 in The Park and Walker Action Thriller Series. Learn more about  Patrick here.

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Allan Boroughs

is a writer, a traveller, an adventurer and a drummer, with a passion for classic adventure stories ‘in which lots of stuff happens’. His novels are inspired by his adventures in Siberia, Mongolia, China, Antarctica and Venezuela. Check out his latest book Original Sins here.

When not working on the post-apocalyptic adventures of India Bentley, Allan finds time to write the ‘After School Detective Club’ series for children, which he co-authors with Mark Dawson.

Learn more about Allan here.

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Arleigh Jacobs

first saw the TV show JAG when she was twelve-years-old, and promptly fell in love. She now writes about fighter pilots instead of being one, although she still dreams of one day flying in an F-14. Check out her work, including her latest novel Angels Zero, here.

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Robert Goluba

is an author of riveting military thrillers, crime thrillers, and vigilante justice thriller novels. Cartel Hunter is book one in his Jason Mulder thriller series.

His service as a combat engineer in the National Guard brings a gritty accuracy to his stories.

Learn more about Robert and his books by clicking here.


Shawe Ruckus

writes stories that others dare not write, where legendary creatures and cold cases take centre stage, and whose books feature strong female characters, diverse casts, and careful observations of human life in today's increasingly interconnected and hybrid world. See more here. 


Helen Hanson

writes page-blistering thrillers about desperate people with a techno bent. Her latest book is Zero Trust, book 2 in the Fender Hacker Series. Learn more about Helen here.

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