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Excoms: City of Nope

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Excoms: City of Nope

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Excoms: City of Nope

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Jonathan Quinn

Jonathan Quinn Novels

Jonathan Quinn Novel: The Vanished

Book 16
Now available

Jonathan Quinn Novel: The Vanished

Book 15

Jonathan Quinn Novel: The Unknown

Book 14

Night Man
The Night Man Chronicles: Mercy

Book 3

The Night Man Chronicles

Book 3 now available

The Night Man Chronicles: Insidious

Book 2

The Night Man Chronicles: Night Man

Book 1

Excoms

The Excoms Novels

Book 4 now available!

Excoms: City of Nope

Book 4

Excoms: City of Nope

Book 3

Excoms: Town at the Edge of Darkness

Book 2

The Excoms

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A Stone Barrington Novel Book 65

Coming June 4th

In this latest adrenaline-fueled adventure in the #1 New York Times bestselling series, Stone Barrington faces his most vindictive threat yet.

Finally enjoying some downtime in Santa Fe, Stone Barrington agrees to attend an art exhibit with a dear friend. There, he encounters an intriguing woman who is on the trail of a ring of art thieves. Always one to please, Stone offers his help.

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The Taken

Jonathan Quinn Book 16

NOW AVAILABLE

The world thought Dmitri Melnikov was dead.

Especially Quinn. Why would he have believed otherwise, since the bomb intended for Melnikov had nearly killed Quinn and several members of his team?

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The best word I can use to describe Battles’s writing is addictive.
—James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author
Unputdownable.
—Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author
The best elements of Lee Child, John le Carré, and Robert Ludlum.
—Sheldon Siegel, New York Times bestselling author
Quinn is one part James Bond, one part Jason Bourne.
—Nashville Book Worm
Brett Battles

About Brett

Bestselling author Brett Battles is that kid back in 6th grade who convinces his teacher that, as an assignment, everyone should write a short story that is at least 10 pages long. He received an A- on his project, while another student (name withheld) received an A+. Brett’s not bitter about this, nor does he ever think about the incident. Mostly.

Since that unfortunate injustice, Brett has written over forty novels, a few novellas, and several short stories, and is a New York Times bestselling author (take that unnamed 6th grade classmate!).

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