Byte by Eric C. Anderson: Her friends call her “Roller” because of her wheelchair, but the witty, wise-cracking, pistol-packing agent is better known at the CIA as “the Veterinarian.” She’s the woman dispatched to cage big dogs and bring the bits and bytes to heel.

When Roller’s superiors discover the balance of power between the U.S. and Russia is about to run off the rails, she’s called upon to head a cyber strike team and face off with her arch-nemesis, a female hacker from the depths of the Dark Net. There’s $50 billion of oligarch money at play, bitcoins to intercept, and evidence of a surging cyberattack on the global infrastructure that could kill thousands.

Some days it just doesn’t pay to roll into work.

Available October 2018.

ANUBIS by Eric C. AndersonAs if the slaughter of thousands of U.S. citizens in Baghdad wasn’t enough – now the Caliphate has a new plan in the highly anticipated second installment of Eric C. Anderson’s New Caliphate Trilogy, ANUBIS (Dunn Books; June 5, 2018). ANUBIS picks up where Osiris left off, on an incendiary mission of soldiers, spies, statesmen and sellouts, all thrown together to either save the world – or see it destroyed.

Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sergeant More and U.S. Army Special Forces Major Faheem are once more thrust to the front as the world braces for a hurricane of terror.

With the enigmatic U.S. president dead, his hated political opponent about to be inaugurated, and ISIS attacking on multiple fronts, will America and her allies surrender to terrorists and withdraw from the Middle East? There’s only one way for More and Faheem to staunch the crisis—calling upon a cyber-warrior. The clock is ticking as rivers of blood run through the capitals of Europe, Africa and North America.

Bunker 13 by Anirudda Bahal:
Minty Mehta, aka MM, is a thrill-seeker, a disgraced, self-destructive, ex-army cadet with a taste for hard drugs and kinky sex, and a shrewd reporter who will do anything to get a story. His connections reach deep into the heart of India’s unsavory political establishment, and into the army—his current beat—where his bravery earns the trust and admiration of even more unsavory sources.

OSIRIS by Eric C. Anderson

Osiris by Eric C. Anderson: It’s a dilemma no Washington politician wants to confront: rescuing 5,000 Americans trapped in Baghdad. Taking on the challenge is a crusty Marine, an embattled Army officer, two Turkish spies and the ultimate cyber-warrior. Their enemy? An ISIS regime intent on carving out a new caliphate. Can they rescue an American embassy under siege by a weapon that even Washington’s military might can’t defeat.

Rivers of Gold by Adam Dunn

Rivers of Gold by Adam Dunn: describes an alternate reality of New York City. Restaurants and businesses are boarded and shuttered. Crime is rampant, black markets thrive. Drug dealers use taxis as a distribution network among the world of The Speaks, pop-up parties whose location changes nightly. NYPD uses taxis for undercover detectives desperately trying to rein in the chaos to keep the Euro dollars showing up. Neither network knows about the other. To survive, Renny a young fashion photographer must sell drugs at night. Detective Sixto Santiago is part of the undercover CAB force but his world goes boing when Everett More, a feral 42-year-old CIA operative with Dark Secret clearance, is assigned as his new partner. Rivers of Gold is a ride like no other. Climb inside…the meter’s running…

Playlist for Rivers of Gold

The Big Dogs by Adam Dunn

The Big Dogs by Adam Dunn: In the explosive sequel to Rivers of Gold, the unorthodox team of Santiago and More return to face a more grueling challenge. In a savage paroxysm of mob violence, the founder of an uber-rich hedge fund is killed. An encrypted hard drive containing a list of high-profile clients in a radically illegal investment scam goes missing, and Gianni Gianduja, the 29-year-old hacker, is now running for his life. Santiago and More along with old comrades, the badly behaved Narc Sharks, and an unwelcome Fed named Liza Marrone, are racing the clock. But even they don’t know how astronomically high the stakes are. Don’t be caught waiting at the bus stop—The Big Dogs are on the prowl.

Playlist for The Big Dogs

Saints Underground by Adam Dunn

Saint Underground by Adam Dunn: Election 2016—The Democratic and Republican parties are holding their conventions in NYC—simultaneously. Illicit campaign money pours through a new underground bank in the city’s newest subway tunnel. But this campaign isn’t about votes—the parties are at war. Santiago and More have uncovered a plot to hijack not just the presidential conventions, but the nation itself. As the feud erupts into open warfare, an embittered veteran turned high-tech warrior, enters the fray. Codenamed ODIN, he is More’s nemesis and they rock the city from the spires of Saint John the Divine to the bowels of the city’s subways. There is no judgment, only survival, for both sinners and saints—underground.

Playlist for Saint Underground