Amazon Exclusively Releases Peter Thomas Senese Inspirational Thrillers
Amazon, Peter Thomas Senese
Best-selling author Peter Thomas Senese has announced the E-book release of three of his highly acclaimed geopolitical thrillers exclusively on Amazon for the Christmas holiday season, including the theological thrill-ride Cloning Christ, the contemporary new-world-order power struggle The Den of the Assassin, and author's highly praised, compassionate international legal thriller Chasing the Cyclone deeply inspired by the writer's own experience chasing into the storms of having a child internationally abducted.
"The Den of the Assassin," the spine-tingling Post 9-11 financial espionage and geopolitical thriller that catapults an unsuspecting young Wall Street banker, Tyler Boxter, into a world of incomprehensible possibilities and insane apocalyptic challenges was recently released on E-book (second edition) to the praise of readers. Renowned Amazon HALL OF FAME book critic Daniel Jolley said of "The Den of the Assassin," “This is one seriously good thriller. Billed as “a novel of international finance and espionage,” Den of the Assassin is a super-realistic exploration of frightening possibilities, unsurpassed heroism, Lucifer-like evil, and terrorism of the worst kind … Peter Thomas Senese displays a wealth of knowledge of geopolitics, espionage, and international finance, describing all the technical intricacies of the story’s elements and implications with great attention to detail -without ever letting the pace get bogged down or become confusing to the reader. He also keeps a number of secrets close to the vest, saving them for just the right time in the story. This serves to make the book thoroughly believable and increasingly suspenseful. There’s no shortage of action here . . . Many a writer of thrillers seem to drop the ball somewhere in the middle of their novels, but Peter Thomas Senese’s knowledge of geopolitics, international finance, and 21st century terrorist threats keeps the fires of detailed complexity and story evolution stoked and red-hot for the entire ride. Tyler Boxter is no James Bond, but "The Den of the Assassin" proves to be just as exciting as any 007 caper – and much more realistic.”