The Trilogy is Complete

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“Exceptional. Everything you want in a thriller, and some of the smoothest writing you'll ever hope to read.”

Blake CrouchNYT bestselling author of Dark Matter and the Wayward Pines series.

“Sean Chercover is one of my favorite writers. And this is a fabulous book, with an incredibly cool love interest.”

Rick KoganWGN Radio

“You have got to read this book!”

Marcia ClarkNYT bestselling author of Blood Defense

“This is no ordinary thriller. Chercover challenges his readers to get their heads around some big ideas. Powerful and moving.”


“Listen to me. Read Sean Chercover.”

Robert CraisNYT bestselling author of Taken

“High-octane and thought provoking—a powerful combination.”

Meg GardinerEdgar Award-winning author of UNSUB

“A must-read for all.”

Suspense Magazine

“Snappy, smart, and satisfying, it makes for a compulsive read.”

Chelsea CainNYT bestselling author of One Kick

“This is one hell of a good thriller.”

Douglas PrestonNYT bestselling author of Blasphemy

“Will restore your faith that something new and exciting is being brought to the crime novel.”

Linwood BarclayInternational bestselling author of The Accident


Crimespree Magazine

“This one goes on your keeper shelf.”

Steve BerryNYT bestselling author of The Columbus Affair

“A rousing finale to a highly original trilogy.”


“Smart, compelling, and page-turning. Both entertaining and thought-provoking suspense.”

Jeff AbbottNYT bestselling author of Blame

“Even more engrossing than the first two books ... an insightful, gripping, and exhilarating reading experience from beginning to satisfying end.”

Fresh Fiction

“I can't wait to see more of Byrne—and (as always) more Chercover.”

Gregg HurwitzNYT bestselling author of Don't Look Back

“A great thriller.”

Toledo Blade

“Nonstop excitement.”

Joseph FinderNYT bestselling author of Paranoia


Launch Party Postponed

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In my own defense, I am an idiot. Wait, that didn’t come out right. What I mean is, when the doctor said I had pneumonia and started antibiotics on July 30, it was not unreasonable to assume I’d be fine by August 22. But there’s a lot more resistant bacteria around these days (don’t get me started on our society’s misuse of antibiotics) and I couldn’t foresee that the first course wouldn’t kill the little bastards. Or the second.

The good news is the latest lab results show we’ve (finally) murdered the offending bacteria, and the chest x-rays show the pneumonia has now resolved.

So, all good, but frankly I’m still disgusting. Doc says it’ll take another week or so to stop coughing gunk and regain strength to be in any position to host a party. We’re talking schedule with the pub and will let you know as soon as a new date is set.

Meanwhile, I beg you not to send me ‘get well’ comments – this is embarrassing enough already, fer gawd’s sake. I’m fine. I’ll just be sprawled on the couch watching Tottenham (Come On You Spurs).

Thanks for your understanding.

Reviews are in!

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Thrilled to share these:

“The Savior’s Game is even more engrossing than the first two books. An insightful, gripping, and exhilarating reading experience from beginning to satisfying end. 5 out of 5 stars.” —Fresh Fiction

“A rousing finale to a highly original trilogy.” —Booklist


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