JOSEPH FINDER is the New York Times bestselling author of ten previous novels, including Vanished and Buried Secrets. Finder s international bestseller Killer Instinct won the International Thriller Writer s Thriller Award for Best Novel of 2006. Other bestselling titles include Paranoia and High Crimes, which both became major motion pictures. He lives in Boston."
Praise forSuspicion "A can't-miss thriller...Suspicion is arguably Joseph Finder's best novel to date, and he's one of the best thriller writers in the business. He's a master at making the reader feel every emotion, jump at every shock and squirm with every twist that Danny must overcome. Associated Press "[Suspicion] sets the suspense level to a pitch that will keep even the coolest readers sweating." The Boston Globe Lock yourself in a room with Suspicion and don t come out until you ve read every last word. Completely original, emotionally satisfying, expertly twisted, and genuinely entertaining. Suspicion is the thriller to read this year. I loved it. Lisa Gardner Joseph Finder has always been out there on the front edge of things. With Suspicion he does it again, giving us a novel that is as timely and cognizant of contemporary society as it is a startling seat of the pants thrill ride. In Finder's hands one man's fight for survival becomes an everyman's journey to the light. Michael Connelly Suspicion is Joseph Finder at the absolute top of his form: a heart-pounding, sweaty-palmed, utterly terrifying ride. Tess Gerritsen "Is this Joseph Finder's best thriller yet? It gets my vote. So many twists and shocks. It kept me reading all night." R.L. Stine "Finder fans as well as devotees of action-packed suspense have a great read ahead. The taut pacing, staccato chapters, and ingenious plot, especially Finder's characteristically creative use of digital surveillance techniques, guarantees a literary thrill ride." Library Journal, starred review "There are many authors who take a reader 'slowly into that good night.' However, the real genius knows how to create the ultimate lead-in. They are the wordsmiths who can, in one page or one paragraph, grab the reader's attention and never let go...A true genius wordsmith, this is one author who has created solid suspense gold." Suspense Magazine "[A] lean, crisp thriller a zipping Jaguar of a ride...The plot turns three major ones are as shocking as they are believable...his spare, laminated style is several cuts above that of most thrillers." Publishers Weekly"Thriller veteran Finder merits applause for this streamlined story made believable by Danny's everyman character; readers will find his palpable guilt and fear instantly relatable." -Booklist "Full of intriguing characters, squirmy, fast-paced action and a nifty, convoluted plot, Finder's latest is a real keeper. It's likely to keep you flipping pages until you reach the final, unexpected conclusion." -Lansing State Journal PRAISE FOR JOSEPH FINDER AND PREVIOUS NOVELS A master of the modern thriller. The Boston Globe Getting a grip on the modern corporate world has always been more difficult for fiction writers. I think Joe Finder does it better than anyone. Malcolm Gladwell on Killer Instinct Jet-propelled . . . this twisting, stealthily plotted story . . . weaves a tangled and ingeniously enveloping web . . . [with a] killer twist for the end. The New York Times on Paranoia Last year belonged to Dan Brown s The Da Vinci Code . . . this year s first contender for Page-turner of the Year is Joseph Finder s Paranoia. USA Today Exciting . . . deliciously absorbing . . . full of hairpin turns. The Washington Post on High Crimes "A powerhouse tale."-Chicago TribuneonHigh Crimes"