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Mark Sullivan is the acclaimed author of eighteen novels, including the #1 Kindle bestselling Beneath a Scarlet Sky, and the #1 New York Times bestselling Private series, which he writes with James Patterson. Mark has received numerous awards for his writing, including the WHSmith Fresh Talent Award, and his works have been named a New York Times Notable Book and a Los Angeles Times Book of the Year. He grew up in Medfield, Massachusetts, and graduated from Hamilton College with a BA in English before working as a volunteer in the Peace Corps in Niger, West Africa. Upon his return to the United States, he earned a graduate degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and began a career in investigative journalism. An avid skier and adventurer, he lives with his wife in Bozeman, Montana, where he remains grateful for the miracle of every moment.
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“Mark Sullivan has done it again! The Last Green Valley is a compelling and inspiring story of heroism and courage in the dark days at the end of World War II.” —Kristin Hannah, #1 New York Times bestselling author
From the author of the #1 bestseller Beneath a Scarlet Sky comes a new historical novel inspired by one family’s incredible story of daring, survival, and triumph.
In late March 1944, as Stalin’s forces push into Ukraine, young Emil and Adeline Martel must make a terrible decision: Do they wait for the Soviet bear’s intrusion and risk being sent to Siberia? Or do they reluctantly follow the wolves—murderous Nazi officers who have pledged to protect “pure-blood” Germans?
The Martels are one of many families of German heritage whose ancestors have farmed in Ukraine for more than a century. But after already living under Stalin’s horrifying regime, Emil and Adeline decide they must run in retreat from their land with the wolves they despise to escape the Soviets and go in search of freedom.
Caught between two warring forces and overcoming horrific trials to pursue their hope of immigrating to the West, the Martels’ story is a brutal, complex, and ultimately triumphant tale that illuminates the extraordinary power of love, faith, and one family’s incredible will to survive and see their dreams realized.
Based on the true story of a forgotten hero, the USA Today and #1 Amazon Charts bestseller Beneath a Scarlet Sky is the triumphant, epic tale of one young man’s incredible courage and resilience during one of history’s darkest hours.
Pino Lella wants nothing to do with the war or the Nazis. He’s a normal Italian teenager—obsessed with music, food, and girls—but his days of innocence are numbered. When his family home in Milan is destroyed by Allied bombs, Pino joins an underground railroad helping Jews escape over the Alps, and falls for Anna, a beautiful widow six years his senior.
In an attempt to protect him, Pino’s parents force him to enlist as a German soldier—a move they think will keep him out of combat. But after Pino is injured, he is recruited at the tender age of eighteen to become the personal driver for Adolf Hitler’s left hand in Italy, General Hans Leyers, one of the Third Reich’s most mysterious and powerful commanders.
Now, with the opportunity to spy for the Allies inside the German High Command, Pino endures the horrors of the war and the Nazi occupation by fighting in secret, his courage bolstered by his love for Anna and for the life he dreams they will one day share.
Fans of All the Light We Cannot See, The Nightingale, and Unbroken will enjoy this riveting saga of history, suspense, and love.
In the course of the investigation, Patrick befriends local policewoman Andi Nightingale, who is haunted by her own troubled past. As the suspense builds, Patrick and Andi are drawn into the shocking legacy of the town’s shared-guilt over a crime kept hidden for a century…
History, spirituality, and death all merge in this spellbinding thriller from acclaimed author Mark Sullivan.
“A grisly tale…a web of destruction that includes government assassins, spiritualists, and even Sitting Bull’s niece.”—Chicago Tribune
“Mark Sullivan combines poetic writing with eerie elements of mysticism to fashion yet another fascinating thriller.”—New York Times Bestselling Author Tess Gerritsen
From the best selling author of Beneath a Scarlet Sky comes "A true juggernaut of a thriller, pure adrenaline in print." —James Rollins
Mark Sullivan's propulsive, compelling thriller. Rogue, is one part Bourne Identity and one part Mission: Impossible.
Robin Monarch was a top level CIA operative—perhaps the best they had. Then one day, in the middle of an operation, with his team around him in the field, Monarch walked away, leaving his old life and friends behind without a word of explanation.
Now this ex-soldier, ex-operative, and orphan with a murky past is a thief, stealing from the super-rich. But when a complicated, high profile jewel heist goes wrong, Monarch is led into a carefully woven trap designed to force him to complete the very same mission he walked away from years ago.
It will take all of his skills (as well as those of the team he burned) and all of his cunning, if Monarch is to thwart the violent and deadly goals of the very powerful cabal who will do whatever it takes to bring the very dangerous "Green Fields" technology under their control.
Moynihan’s search for the killer will propel him on a journey through the underground world of ancient eroticism, black-market reptiles, and religious cults, ultimately leading him to a Biblical scholar whose theories about the dawn of time provide a surprising link to the current investigation. But can Moynihan preserve his own sanity while delving into a secret as old as Cain?
To solve this brutal case, Moynihan will have to reckon with one of the great mysteries of the ages: Who was The Second Woman?
“Pulls you guts-first right through to the back cover. I loved this book.”—#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Nelson DeMille
“A dazzling and intelligent thriller.”—Internationally Bestselling Author Lynn Hightower
From the acclaimed author of the bestselling Beneath a Scarlet Sky comes Outlaw, "A true juggernaut . . . pure adrenaline in print . . . a Jason Bourne for the new millennium." —James Rollins
While conducting top-secret negotiations aboard a tanker in the South China Sea, the U.S. Secretary of State and the foreign ministers of China and India are kidnapped, and the tanker they are on is hijacked. The "Sons of Prophecy" take responsibility and issue an ultimatum: If their demands are not met in seven days, the three will be beheaded live on the Internet.
With the presidential election in only eight days, sitting President Sands, about to leave office, calls in former CIA operative and master thief Robin Monarch and convinces him to save the diplomats before the threatened execution.
Monarch and his counterpart, a mysterious Chinese agent named Song Le, embark upon a dangerous journey into the underbelly of Southeast Asia, a world of corrupt Vietnamese Army officers, fanatical pirates, Hong Kong triad leaders, and volatile mercenaries living around the red light districts of Thailand. As they get closer and closer, with time quickly running out, Monarch learns that the daring kidnapping and ransom pot diabolical plot is only a front. Behind it is another plot, one designed to alter the outcome of the election itself, a conspiracy that reaches deep inside the White House, back to the very people who hired Monarch in the first place.
From the author of the bestselling Beneath a Scarlet Sky comes "A smart, prescient thriller...The story snaps and twists like a cracking whip, you can't help but root for Mickey Hennessey and his kids, and I defy you to guess the ending." --Robert Crais
The Jefferson Club is a remote, private resort for the super-rich – the buildings, the amenities, and the security are state of the art and beyond compare. Many of the world's wealthiest people – business leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians, celebrities – gather for the most exclusive New Year's Eve party in the world. As expensive champagne flows and multibillion dollar deals are arranged, the unimaginable happens – a highly trained, heavily armed paramilitary force calling itself the Third Position Army breaches the world's best security system and takes everybody hostage.
"Mickey" Hennessey, former U.S. Special Agent, is the head of security for the Jefferson Club. A divorced father of three teenagers, he's spending the holiday with his kids. When the club is attacked, his entire team is wiped out and only he makes it out of the club alive. Now he's outside while his kids are trapped inside, hostages of the Third Position Army who are putting seven of the ten richest men on "trial" for their crimes against humanity, live on the internet for the world to see. While a top FBI rescue team works feverishly to rescue all the hostages, Hennessey is determined to do all he can, to overcome every obstacle, to ensure his children's safety – or die trying.
In Mark Sullivan's Thief, Robin Monarch is a man with a complicated past and dangerous present. He's been a soldier, a CIA agent, a freelance operative but first and foremost, Robin Monarch is a thief of the highest order. Orphaned at twelve, Monarch originally stole for survival, then he stole for his friends and cohorts, now he steals to order, and to give back to the to the woman who saved his life many years ago.
With the help of his team, Monarch breaks into the legendary Christmas party of Beau Arsenault, a shady investor and behind-the-scenes player at the very highest levels of power politics. Arsenault is not above bending or breaking the rules if there's illicit profit to be made. Monarch has decided that those illicit profits will be better used to take care of orphans and street kids. Using the party as cover to break into Arsenault's secret vaults, Monarch comes away with two unexpected things. One is a bullet—he gets shot when he's caught trying to escape with tens of millions of negotiable instruments. The second is a lead on what might be his most audacious exploit ever. A previously undiscovered tribe in South America may well have the secret to the most sought after knowledge in history—that of eternal life. And Robin Monarch must use all his skills—as an operative, as a thief—to keep this secret from falling into the worst possible hands.
Del autor de Bajo un cielo escarlata, una nueva novela histórica inspirada por la increíble historia de coraje y supervivencia de una familia para escapar de Ucrania durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
A finales de marzo de 1944, a medida que las tropas soviéticas se adentran en Ucrania, Emil y Adeline Martel se ven obligados a tomar una agónica decisión: ¿deben esperarlas y arriesgarse a ser enviados a Siberia? ¿O seguir a regañadientes a los peligrosos oficiales nazis que han jurado protegerlos? Los Martel son una de las muchas familias de ascendencia alemana cuyos antepasados han trabajado la tierra en Ucrania durante más de un siglo. Pero tras vivir bajo el régimen de terror de Stalin, la joven pareja decide que su mejor opción es huir en retirada junto a los nazis, a los que desprecian, para escapar de los soviéticos en busca de su libertad.
Atrapados entre dos fuerzas en lucha y enfrentados a terribles dificultades para lograr su objetivo de llegar al oeste, la historia de los Martel es un emocionante, desgarrador y, finalmente, esperanzador relato que ilumina el extraordinario poder del amor y de los sueños y la increíble voluntad de sobrevivir de una familia.
Sobre la novela han dicho:
«¡Mark Sullivan lo ha vuelto a lograr! El último valle verde es una absorbente e inspiradora historia de heroísmo y coraje en los oscuros días al final de la Segunda Guerra Mundial».
Kristin Hannah, autora de El Ruiseñor
«Mark Sullivan entreteje historia y memoria en un épico viaje de amor y resiliencia. Uno de los libros más fascinantes y adictivos que he leído en mucho tiempo».
Heather Morris, autora de El tatuador de Auschwitz
«Sullivan demuestra de nuevo su don para encontrar rescoldos de historia poco conocidos e insuflarles vida hasta que brillan y resplandecen de un modo emocionante y a la vez memorable».
Pam Jenoff, autora de El vagón de los huérfanos
«Tras su exitosa novela Bajo un cielo escarlata, Mark Sullivan llega con otra deslumbrante proeza. El último valle verde noveliza una inspiradora historia real de fortaleza, fe y resistencia».
«Sullivan tiene una extraordinaria imaginación que se une a un verdadero talento para crear escenas realistas, tanto de estremecedores episodios de peligro como de íntimos momentos de dolor».
Historical Novel Society
«Si te gustan las novelas históricas, esta es una de las mejores que se publicarán este año... o cualquier año».
Red Carpet Crash
«Una lectura simplemente cautivadora de la primera a la última página».
Midwest Book Review
«Mark Sullivan lo ha vuelto a conseguir: toma historias muy reales y muy humanas ambientadas en el periodo más intenso de la historia reciente y nos ofrece una novela histórica que tardaremos mucho en olvidar».
El chico que se convirtió en espía por amor en uno de los momentos más oscuros de la historia.
La novela basada en la verdadera y épica historia de un héroe olvidado de la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
Pino Lella no quiere saber nada de la guerra ni de los nazis. Es un adolescente italiano obsesionado con la música y las chicas, pero, en la Milán de 1943, sus días de inocencia están contados. Cuando la casa de su familia es destruida por los bombardeos, Pino se une a una red clandestina que ayuda a los judíos a escapar a través de los Alpes, y se enamora de la bella y misteriosa Anna.
Con la intención de protegerlo, sus padres lo obligan a alistarse en el ejército alemán y con solo 18 años es reclutado como chófer del general Hans Leyers, la mano derecha de Hitler en Italia y uno de los más poderosos y enigmáticos comandantes del Tercer Reich.
Aunque eso le da la oportunidad de espiar para los aliados dentro del Alto Mando alemán, Pino habrá de superar los horrores de la guerra y de la ocupación nazi. Solo su amor por Anna y el sueño de la vida que compartirán algún día le darán la fuerza y el valor para seguir luchando en secreto.
Los lectores que disfrutaron con La luz que no puedes ver, de Anthony Doerr, o El Ruiseñor, de Kristin Hannah, no querrán perderse esta emocionante historia de coraje, suspense y amor.
The product of a long line of hunters, shamans, and healers, Diana Jackman grew up surrounded by wilderness. A natural-born tracker, she and seven other hunters have gathered in the remote and treacherous snow-covered tundra of northern British Columbia in pursuit of white-tail deer. And while the group may be isolated, they are not alone.
Deep in the woods, a vicious force watches, waits, and stalks its targets.
When the hunters become the hunted, Diana will learn—for the first time in her life—what it’s like to be prey. In the blinding white wilderness of the Canadian winter, one by one, the members of her crew are stalked by a ruthlessly efficient hunter. Diana soon realizes that her only options are to kill or be killed—and she’ll have to draw from all the knowledge and skill in her arsenal to survive the predator lurking in the trees...
Finalist for the Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best Novel
"Outstanding. A real old-fashioned thriller.”—Los Angeles Times
“Superbly written. A remarkable book.”—London Literary Review
In this riveting thriller, journalist Gideon McCarthy is burnt-out and struggling to keep his life together after years of chasing deadlines. The competition is ruthless, the quest for the next byline relentless.
But when a series of murders rocks his Southern California beat, Gideon soon learns that there is a dangerous line between truth and journalism…
Sinking his teeth into the news story of a lifetime could prove to be Gideon’s career salvation, but when a deranged killer is at large, and digging too deep puts a target on his own back, Gideon must decide just how far he’s willing to go for the sake of the story.
“A great, great read.”—#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Michael Connelly
“Captivating and memorable. An excellent mystery.”—Publishers Weekly