Jonathan Moore and his wife live in Hawaii. When he's not writing, or fixing his boat, Jonathan is an attorney. Before completing law school in New Orleans, he was an English teacher, a whitewater raft guide on the Rio Grande, a counsellor at a Texas wilderness camp for juvenile delinquents, and an investigator for a criminal defense attorney in Washington, D.C.
Maxim Jakubowski April 2016 Highly Recommended. Championed by Stephen King as in the tradition of 'Red Dragon' in the terror stakes, this gripping thriller pushes all the right buttons, including a strong one for discomfort. Following a painful sentimental break-up, Dr. Caleb Maddox, a San Francisco toxicologist, meets the obligatory femme fatale in a bar which later proves to have a connection with a series of unexplained murders. His obligatory quest for the mysterious woman begins and quickly draws him into a sinister net from which he finds himself awkward to disentangle, with professional obligations and personal reasons involving secrets from his own past merging uncomfortably. Mining the roots of obsession alongside a plot stuck in fifth gear amongst a most memorable urban landscape, this is a creepy keeper!
'Suspense that never stops' - James Patterson Who is Claire Gravesend? The first thing that catches PI Lee Crowe's eye is the Rolls Royce. The second is the body of a beautiful young woman lying dead on the crushed roof. Neither belongs in this neighbourhood. The woman is Claire Gravesend - the daughter of one of the richest, most powerful women in California. She doesn't believe what the police are saying - that Claire killed herself - and hires Crowe to investigate. Questions start to pile up as soon as he starts to dig. Strange scars - old marks which her mother won't explain - are found on Claire's body. Then Crowe is brutally attacked whist searching her Boston apartment and barely escapes with his life. And when he visits Claire's secret pied-a-terre Crowe uncovers the biggest secret of all: sleeping in an upstairs room he finds Claire. Alive. An enthralling blend of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Michael Crichton and Mickey Spillane - Blood Relations is a perfect pacy read. 'Taut, smart and electrifying.' -- Liv Constantine
'Do you ever think there's maybe something that's gone wrong with the world?' A man is found dead in one of the city's luxury homes. Homicide detective Ross Carver arrives at the scene when six FBI agents burst in and forcibly remove him from the premises. Two days later... Carver wakes in his bed to find Mia a neighbor he's hardly ever spoken to, reading aloud to him. He has no recollection of the crime scene, no memory of how he got home, and no idea that two days have passed. Carver knows nothing about this woman but as he struggles to piece together what happened to him, he soon realizes he's involved himself in a web of conspiracy that spans the nation. And Mia just might know more than she's letting on... 'Moore has a great gift for the macabre and the creepy.' The Times
A gripping new thriller from the author of Simon Mayo's BBC Radio 2 Book Club choice The Poison Artist. They thought they'd buried their secrets Homicide inspector Gavin Cain is standing by a grave when he gets the call. Cain knows there's something terrible in the coffin they're about to exhume. He and his team have received a dying man's confession and it has led them here. But death doesn't guarantee silence Cain is summoned by Mayor Castelli, who has been sent sinister photographs of a woman that he claims he doesn't know and a note threatening that worse are on their way. And now light will be shone on a very dark place... As Cain tries to identify the woman in the pictures, and looks into the mayor's past, he finds himself being drawn towards a situation as horrifying and as full of secrets as the grave itself. 'Smart plotting. Nary a false note. Suspense that never stops. If you like Michael Connelly's novels, you will gobble up Jonathan Moore's The Dark Room' James Patterson
In a riveting tale of suspense and terror on the high seas, Bram Stoker Award nomineeJonathan Moore pits human beings against natureand something far deadlier: one another. Kelly Pratihari-Reid and her husband sail their yacht into Antarctic waters, thinking their gravest concerns will be ice and stormsand their cracked marriage. A British girl shrieking across a short-range VHF frequency ends that illusion. It's coming, she screams. It saw us and it's coming back! Her voice is drowned by a tide of signal-jamming static, and Kelly sees a target on the radar screen: A ship is coming for them. Thus begins an unforgettable cat-and-mouse game across stormy polar seas and dire landfalls. Kelly's pursuers will test her to the limits of her enduranceand beyond. For the ship in her wake is crewed by pirates, with a young leader trained to use the most sadistic tortures in pursuit of his ultimate objective . . . a goal as shocking as it is horrific.Praise for Close Reach ';This is the kind of horror that will make your heart race.'Examiner.com ';Mind-blowing . . . I started reading it and didn't stop till I finished.'Cabin Goddess ';A visceral edge-of-the-seat roller coaster ride.'The Novel Pursuit ';A book that will appeal to sailing enthusiasts, horror enthusiasts or both!'To Read or Not to Read Is Not a Question ';Pure adrenaline . . . definitely recommended for fans of dark thrillers.'Pamelibrarian';Set on the icy polar seas, bristling with suspense, Jonathan Moore's Close Reach is as horrifying and claustrophobic as any haunted house story. The plot pitches and yaws with twist after twist, and by midpoint the reader is a goner. Leave the lights on, lock the doors, feed the cats, this is an irresistible page-turner of the first order. Highly recommended!'Jay Bonansinga, New York Times bestselling co-author of The Walking Dead: Fall of the Governor, Part Two and author of The Sinking of the Eastland';Readers will need their sea legs for this hugely enjoyable, roller-coaster voyage of a novel. Close Reach is a brutal tale of redemption and revenge with a heroine to root for at every shocking twist and turn. Jonathan Moore's writing is as rich as it is raw and thrillingand storms along at a breakneck pace that will leave you gasping for air.'Frazer Lee, Bram Stoker Awardnominated author of The Lamplighters, Panic Button, and The Jack in the Green
A unique chronicle and critique told in the participants' own words. The campaign leaders for Reagan, Mondale, Hart, Jackson, Hollings, McGovern, Cranston, Askew, and Glenn discuss their strategies. What worked? What backfired? What would they do--or not do--again? Discussion leaders include Judy Woodruff, David Broder, Albert Hunt, Howell Raines, and Kenneth Bode. A document of immense historic and human interest.