Jeremy Robinson and co-author, Sean Ellis, release “Flood Rising”


Flood-Cover-6Jeremy Robinson, international bestseller of countless bestselling novels, resides in beautiful New Hampshire, and is best known for “mixing elements of science, history and mythology” into his work.  He has reached the #1 spot in Science Fiction and Action-Adventure due to his long pedigree, which includes Xom-B, Island 731, and SecondWorld as well as many, many others.

Sean Ellis is also an international bestseller.  “He is a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom, and he has a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Policy from Oregon State University.”  The International Thriller Writers organization welcomes the Arizona resident as a member; currently, Ellis spends his time pondering on how to save the world, between writing bestsellers.

Flood Rising is the newest combined effort of Jeremy Robinson and Sean Ellis.  The two have teamed up before in the acclaimed Jack Sigler/Chess Team series.  This time around they are tackling a new project and thus an entirely new series.

Flood Rising follows Jenna Ford, a teen who stumbles across a bomb ticking down on her father’s boat.  This singular moment, takes Jenna from the Keys to the Glades to downtown Miami out into the Caribbean on a path from a team of killers hellbent on hunting her down.  With hidden potential and the seedy underbelly of the criminal underworld, Flood Rising, takes readers on an adventure that is sure to thrill and entertain till the very last page.

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2 thoughts on “Jeremy Robinson and co-author, Sean Ellis, release “Flood Rising”

  1. I used to be a big fan until he started writing in first person present tense. I fucking hate that POV! Now I don’t trust anything he writes until I leaf through the book first. I was so disappointed. I’ll have to check this one out and hope he went back to third-person past tense. We’ll see…

    1. I usually don’t prefer it, but I’ve found it to be hit or miss with me now. Sometimes I really enjoy it, other times I hate it. It depends on the other factors of the book. Once I crack into it I’ll let you know what perspective it is in, so you don’t waste time and money on something you probably won’t like.

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