FALLOUT: A Sam Jameson Conspiracy Thriller (The Incident –
Today’s Free Kindle eBook: FALLOUT: A Sam Jameson Conspiracy Thriller (The Incident – A Sam Jameson Espionage & Suspense Thriller Series Book 3)
You’ve done nothing wrong. So why have they thrown you in prison? No phone call. No lawyer. Just these words: “National Security.” Is it a massive mistake? Or is it something much, much worse? FALLOUT is the latest #1 bestseller in the runaway international hit Sam Jameson series from conspiracy master Lars Emmerich. Sam finds herself at the mercy of a ruthless and relentless conspiracy that strikes at the heart of the American way of life. They have every advantage: Surveillance everywhere. The world’s most powerful police force. International reinforcements. Limitless resources. Can she beat the odds, save herself, and dismantle an existential threat to liberty and freedom? Lars Emmerich’s writing is sharp, edgy, a little dystopian, and exquisitely researched. FALLOUT’s gripping, twisting plot is terrifying — precisely because it is so very real. Is our way of life at risk? How safe are we, really? Readers say: ”This is the best writing in decades.” ”Lars Emmerich is right up there with Patterson, Baldacci, Forsyth, and DeMille.” ”Some of the best thriller fiction you will ever read.”———— Interview with #1 Bestselling Author Lars Emmerich Q: Who are your influences? A: Too many to list! I started out years ago as a Tom Clancy addict, and I thoroughly enjoy many of Nelson DeMille’s novels. I regularly read David Baldacci, Vince Flynn, Barry Eisler, Michael Connelly, and John Grisham. James Patterson has redefined what it means to be a working author, and I read his stuff as well. My top picks are usually espionage and private detective novels, any of the thousands of thrillers and mysteries best sellers, and, of course, books featuring classic pulp heroes. And I’m greatly influenced by all sorts of nonfiction, as well. I read all the time, and I’m a bit of a magpie about the topics — science, economics, finance, politics, history, mathematics, engineering, biomechanics, medicine… It’s a big world out there, and I love learning more about it. Many of those topics find their way into my fiction, so I can justify it all as “research.” Q: The Sam Jameson series has become quite a phenomenon. What do you think has been the driving force behind the books’ success? A: I think Sam has something of a unique voice. She says the things we all wish we could say, and she gets away with it about half of the time. The other half of the time, not so much. I think she’s also a very human heroine. She has plenty of flaws and weaknesses, yet she accomplishes some amazing things. She’s kind of like every one of us in that regard, which resonates. Q: You have developed personal relationships with your readers over the years, which is unusual in the publishing business. Was that a conscious choice? A: Absolutely. Books are intimate things. They occupy a person’s mind and thoughts for hours at a time. Good books leave a lasting impression, and great books might even change the way we think about things, but all books are a relationship. I felt that Big Publishing did a great job of distributing novels, but at a very high cost — there was almost no way for a personal connection to form between writers and readers. But I always wanted a conversation. I wanted to learn from my readers, to hear what was on their minds, to listen to their criticism and hopefully improve the books I write. It’s been extremely rewarding, and I’m hopeful it can continue for years to come.
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