Available July 5, 2011
In the last decade, a new type of thriller has taken the publishing world by storm. The typical story goes something like this. Evil bad guy searching for famous, lost historical artifact forces hero to join him in his quest to discover the artifact and gain power or money. This formula has propelled Dan Brown, Steve Berry and James Rollins to the top of the best-seller lists and authors like Raymond Khoury, Andy McDermott and Chris Kuzneski have all made a good living following a similar formula.
In 2010, Boyd Morrison became the latest author to capitalize on the popularity of this genre. After self-publishing three novels and selling more than 7,500 copies of them in less than three months, Morrison landed a deal with Touchstone (a division of Simon & Schuster) to release his third self-published novel, “The Ark.” His debut novel with Touchstone garnered him thousands of new fans and positive reviews, creating a lot of buzz and high expectations for his new novel, “The Vault.” Morrison fans can rest easy – they should find their expectations met and exceeded with this exciting new thriller. Read the rest of this entry »