Randall H. Miller punches the Mark Landry series into high gear with Family Matters—a fast ride powered by the vivid characters established in his debut thriller, Wrong Town, an Amazon Top-10 Best Seller in the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Australia. Five years ago, Mark Landry retired from an exceptional career [...]
Remember all of the “lone wolf” terrorist attacks we’ve been yapping about over the past few months? It turns out many of them weren’t exactly lone. According to scholar Corri Zoli: “…seven accomplices of Tunisian-borne French resident Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel—the man who drove a 20-ton truck into Bastille Day [...]
“Loon” Wolf Terrorism Terrorists inspired by a cause but lacking affiliation with an established terrorist organization, are commonly referred to as lone wolf terrorists. For example, the Boston Marathon bombers planned and executed their cowardly attack under the banner of jihad, but they received no training or support from other [...]
Belgium Attacks My emotional response to terrorist attacks typically follows the same pattern. Shock. Heartbreak. Rage. Inevitably the rage turns to frustration as I listen to our politicians and pundits argue about who to blame and how to manage the threat. Opinions vary and there is no single solution [...]
Wrong Town was released to the public on Christmas Day 2015. My goal for January was modest – 100 eBooks. That was it. Thankfully the universe had different plans. Within a week or two the reviews started to accumulate and sales grew exponentially as the word spread. I ended up selling several thousand copies and Wrong Town hit the Amazon eBook Best Seller list in several thriller categories.
Wrong Town: A Mark Landry Novel has made the Top 10 on Amazon's Best Sellers in the terrorism thriller category! Thanks very much to everyone who has purchased the book. I appreciate your support and will keep you posted on news and events. 'Wrong Town' is available for Kindle, iBooks, [...]
(Several of the main characters in my novel Wrong Town are police officers. I wanted to make sure I portrayed police culture accurately, so I spent many hours interviewing cops during the research phase. The content of this post comes from those interviews.) You’re at a cocktail party. You’re bored. [...]