Posts by Matt Rees


Get my new thriller CHINA STRIKE

Get my new thriller CHINA STRIKE


Posted By on Jun 2, 2017

The stunning second novel in the ICE series CHINA STRIKE “Moves at breakneck speed.” Kirkus Reviews “High speed, action-filled.” Publishers Weekly CHINA STRIKE begins on an ordinary summer morning. Chaos erupts across the globe when thousands of cars simultaneously speed out of control in the United States and Europe. The death toll is enormous, and there is only one thing connecting the crashes–every...

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Get a FREE ebook on how to write a thriller Click the photo to download your FREE guidelines for writing a thriller from award-winning novelist Matt Rees. THE THRILLER CHECKLIST is a no-nonsense guide to help you develop your idea for a thriller, plot it, and start writing, with lots of tips and tricks. The Thriller Checklist includes a diagram Matt made that will help you plot out your book. Most importantly it’ll help you see...

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The stunning second novel in the ICE series CHINA STRIKE CHINA STRIKE begins on an ordinary summer morning. Chaos erupts across the globe when thousands of cars simultaneously speed out of control in the United States and Europe. The death toll is enormous, and there is only one thing connecting the crashes–every single car is the same model. Amidst the bewilderment of the tragedy, ICE Special Agent Dominic Verrazzano is called...

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From a kids playground in Jerusalem to civil war in Damascus, the story of how I came to write my Syria thriller THE DAMASCUS THREAT. My new thriller hero is a US agent cool enough to set to rights a world gone mad with hate and terrorism. My Syria thriller THE DAMASCUS THREAT is the first in a series about the ICE agency, which is the second-biggest US law enforcement body and has a $20 billion budget–even if almost no one has...

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My Syria thriller THE DAMASCUS THREAT introduces a new ICE agent hero I met a lot of guys who’d like to kill you, dear reader. Not just anyone, but you specifically. They didn’t kill me. So I decided to introduce you in The Damascus Threat. As a foreign correspondent I spent 20 years in the Middle East. It was like a magical force field that made the worst men agree to chat with someone they might otherwise have dispatched without a...

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