Mark T. Sullivan
1) The Games
3) Private L.A
6) Hard news
Scandal rocks a California city, and one dysfunctional newspaper covers it all
To the people who toil inside the labyrinthine offices of the Post, it is a miracle the paper comes out every morning. This beleaguered California daily is an engine that runs on jealousy, gossip, and lies, yet somehow still manages to produce great reporting. At the center of the maelstrom are Prentice LaFontaine, a giddy gossipmonger, and Gideon McCarthy, a thirty-five-year-old...
When a hunting party visits a lodge in Maine, the forest demands revenge, in this Edgar Award–nominated thriller.
Thirty miles of woods surround the Metcalfe estate—an untouched patch of wilderness where rich hunters come to kill. As an eight-person hunting party gets comfortable at the estate's lodge, a different kind of hunter lurks in the woods: a tracker so skilled that he seems to be a force of nature. Tired of
8) Fall Line
On the run from a drug cartel, a skier takes refuge in the dangers of the slope
When Jack Farrell graduates from college, there is nothing he wants to do more than ski. He lives on the slopes for as long as he can, but real life finally catches up with him, and he moves to New York to work on Wall Street. Here he finds the thrill of profit can't compare to the joy of skiing on fresh powder, but he soon learns his new job is only a front—a...
In the ancient darkness of a mammoth cave, a cosmic secret lies buried
Working late in a deserted lab, a researcher named Gregor makes the discovery of the century. Within the dingy mottled surface of a stone named "moon rock 66095" lies unparalleled superconductive property—a power which, if harnessed correctly, could solve the world's energy problem once and for all. But when his supervisor tries to take credit for the breakthrough, Gregor...
10) Triple cross
12) Ghost dance
Filming a documentary in Vermont, a fly fisherman hooks a corpse
Lawton is a peaceful town, resting between the Bluekill River and the soaring heights of the Green Mountains. But eighty years ago, this bucolic New England hamlet was decimated by the Spanish influenza. Only Father D'Angelo stood in its way, healing with his hands even as the plague ravaged his body. But beneath his sinless exterior, dark secrets tormented the miracle worker.