Biography

John Katzenbach

John Katzenbach's novels including HART'S WAR, DAY OF RECKONING, THE SHADOW MAN and the New York Times bestseller THE TRAVELER. Katzenbach was a criminal court reporter for The Miami Herald and Miami News and a feature writer for The Miami Herald's Tropic magazine.

John Katzenbach

Books by John Katzenbach

by John Katzenbach - Crime, Crime Fiction, Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

Megan and Duncan Richards are no longer the radical activists they were in 1968. Their youth is safely stashed away until the day Duncan answers his phone and gets the message he’s been dreading from the woman he’s spent two decades trying to forget. She called herself Tanya, the beautiful, charismatic leader of northern California’s radical Phoenix Brigade. She assured Duncan and Megan that no one would be hurt in the robbery she’d orchestrated, but when it turned into a slaughter and nearly everyone involved was captured or killed, she laid the blame on them. The Richardses escaped. But now Tanya is free again, poised to avenge her version of what happened so long ago.

by John Katzenbach - Fiction, Psychological Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Thriller

When three red-haired women receive chilling letters in the mail from a killer known only as the Wolf, their lives are upended as they spend every waking moment fearing that their lives could be snuffed out at any time. The Wolf is stalking them, biding his time, waiting for the perfect opportunity to complete his master plan. Yet the one thing this cunning and devious killer didn't plan for is the Reds discovering each other.

by John Katzenbach - Fiction, Psychological Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Thriller

When a retired academician witnesses a lovely young woman snatched off the street, he is unsatisfied by the police response and vows to find her on his own. She has been kidnapped and held prisoner by a married couple who have started an exclusive website, “What Comes Next,” on which viewers can watch, in real time, what befalls their victims.