Our Authors

Robert Gregory Browne

Rob is the author of the bestselling TRIAL JUNKIES legal thrillers, the paranormal FOURTH DIMENSION THRILLERS, and co-author of the ALEXANDRA POE espionage series, with Brett Battles. He is also the author of two standalone thrillers, THE INNOCENT ONES and THE PARADISE PROPHECY, and created the story concepts for our two series, LINGER (for which he wrote the first book) and THOMAS HOOD, MIDNIGHT MAN.

His short stories have appeared in the USA Today Bestselling anthology, LOVE IS MURDER, Lee Child's KILLER YEAR, and EASYRIDERS magazine.

His novel KISS HER GOODBYE was produced for television by Sony Pictures/CBS Television, and THE PARADISE PROPHECY is currently under development with Temple Hill Productions/ABC.

Rob is a recipient of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences prestigious Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting, and his thriller, THE INNOCENT ONES (formerly titled Down Among the Dead Men), was nominated for an ITW Thriller Award as Best Novel.

Rob grew up in Hawaii and currently lives in California with his wife, cat, and seven guitars.

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Brett Battles

Brett is the USA Today Bestselling and Barry Award-winning author of the JONATHAN QUINN thrillers, the PROJECT EDEN thrillers, the LOGAN HARPER thrillers, and his new REWINDER series for Amazon Publishing's 47North.

Though he still makes California his home, he has traveled extensively to such destinations as Ho Chi Minh City, Berlin, Singapore, London, Paris, and Bangkok, all of which play parts in his current and upcoming books.

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Joshua Corin

Joshua Corin grew up in Warwick, RI, where he wrote his first short story, a seriocomic missive about a young vampire with a loose tooth, at the age of 8. He occupied much of his childhood with writing, often hunched over an IBM Quietwriter at the wee hours of the morning, and his efforts won him many accolades, including first place in the prestigious Young Authors contest.

In college, he branched out into playwriting and staged over twenty productions of his work. One of these plays, a ten-minute drama entitled “Eventually,” later went on to be a finalist for the Heidemann Award at the Humana Festival in Louisville, KY.

Not content to just write prose and theatre, Joshua next delved into screenwriting and into 2001 his feature-length script WINDFALL won first place in the Open Door Contest co-sponsored by Script Magazine and Dimension Films. This helped to secure him an agent and manager in Los Angeles, and they in turn assisted in getting his first novel, the screwball thriller NUCLEAR WINTER WONDERLAND, published with Kunati Books in 2008. NUCLEAR WINTER WONDERLAND later went on to be named by Booklist as one of the top ten debut crime novels of the year.

His next work, WHILE GALILEO PREYS, was the first in a series about a Long Island housewife-crimefighter named Esme Stuart. It was published by MIRA in September 2010, and its sequel, BEFORE CAIN STRIKES, was published in April 2011. Both of these novels were optioned for TV by 20th Century Fox.

His first novel with Random House, COST OF LIFE, was published in March 2015.

In the meantime, he remains an assistant professor in English and theatre at Georgia Perimeter College where he was recently named by the school newspaper as the best professor on his campus. He savors sweets.

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Rob Cornell

Rob is the author of eight novels and several short stories.

He's best known for the urban fantasy series, THE LOCKMAN CHRONICLES, featuring ex-government agent turned paranormal vigilante, Craig Lockman. He has also penned three mystery novels about private-eye and karaoke bar owner, Ridley Brone, as well as a stand-alone thriller, RED RUN.

Rob’s latest release is SAVING SASHA BROWN, a Ridley Brone mystery. The fifth book in The Lockman Chronicles is due out soon.

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Cindy Gerard

New York Times and USA Today Bestseller Cindy Gerard has forty plus titles in print, and Braun Haus Media is proud to be the digital publisher of three of her classic romances, DREAM LOVER, CHARADE, and RENEGADE.

In addition to seven RITA nominations and two Rita wins, Cindy has numerous RT nominations and various awards to her credit. Each book of her single title romantic suspense series, BLACK OPS INC, has appeared on the New York Times Bestseller top 20 list.

Cindy writes sexy, heart-pounding romantic suspense and has had her work twice featured in COSMOPOLITAN Magazine as Red Hot Reads.

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Will Graham

"Will Graham" is the pseudonym of a professional investigator specializing in computer forensics and electronic evidence exclusively.

His short story, “Spider’s Tango” is featured in the USA Today Bestselling anthology, LOVE IS MURDER, and other works include SPIDER’S DANCE, a full-length novel featuring Nicholas White from ‘Tango’, and SPIDER'S KISS, a sequel.

He is also the author of STREET HEAT, SOMETIMES THERE REALLY ARE MONSTERS UNDER THE BED, MIXED MARRIAGES CAN BE MURDER and ONE MINUTE AFTER MIDNIGHT.

His musical tastes pretty much stopped with The Rat Pack, and he still reads Leslie Charteris, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Dame Agatha Christie, and Ellery Queen.

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Allan Leverone

Allan Leverone is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of eleven novels, including MR. MIDNIGHT, named by Suspense Magazine as one the "Best Books of 2013."

Allan Leverone is a 2012 Derringer Award winner for excellence in short mystery fiction, as well as a 2011 Pushcart Prize nominee. His short fiction has been featured in Needle: A Magazine of Noir, Shotgun Honey, A Twist of Noir, Shroud Magazine, Morpheus Tales, Mysterical-e and many other print and online magazines, as well as numerous anthologies.

He lives in New Hampshire with his wife Sue, three children, and one beautiful granddaughter.

William Malmborg

William Malmborg has been publishing short stories in horror magazines and dark fiction anthologies since 2002.

In addition, four of his novels, JIMMY, TEXT MESSAGE, NIKKI'S SECRET and DARK HARVEST, are all available, as is a short story collection titled SCRAPING THE BONE that features five previously published and five original tales of horror.

When not writing William caters to the whims of Toby and Truman, two cats who reside with him in Wheaton, IL.

Alana Matthews

Alana is the creator of our PARKER & COE, LOVE AND BULLETS romantic suspense series featuring Zach Parker and Kelsey Coe: IDENTITY UNKNOWN, PRESENT TENSE, and the upcoming CRUEL BOUNTY.

Before writing for Braun Haus Media, Alana penned a number of thrillers for Harlequin Intrigue, including MAN UNDERCOVER, BODY ARMOR, WATERFORD POINT and INTERNAL AFFAIRS.

As a child, Alana was a permanent fixture in her local library, and soon turned her passion for books into writing short stories and finally novels. She currently lives in California.

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Ann Voss Peterson

Ann Voss Peterson is the author of over thirty novels and has millions of books in print all over the globe. Winner of the prestigious Daphne du Maurier Award, Ann is known for her adrenaline-fueled thrillers and romantic suspense novels, including the Codename: Chandler spy thrillers she writes with J.A. Konrath and her own thriller series featuring small town Wisconsin police chief Val Ryker.

A creative writing major in college, Ann worked all manner of jobs after graduation, ranging from grooming show horses to washing windows, and now she draws on her wide variety of life experiences to fill her fictional worlds with compelling energy and undeniable emotion.

She lives near Madison, Wisconsin with her family and their border collie.

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J.D. Rhoades

J.D. is the author of the Jack Keller thrillers THE DEVIL'S RIGHT HAND, GOOD DAY IN HELL, SAFE AND SOUND, and DEVILS AND DUST (from Polis Books), as well as the Tony Wolf/Tim Buckthorn thrillers BREAKING COVER and BROKEN SHIELD.

His other books include STORM SURGE, GALLOWS POLE, and LAWYERS, GUNS AND MONEY.

J.D. has worked as a radio news reporter, club DJ, television cameraman, ad salesman, waiter, practicing attorney, and newspaper columnist. His weekly column in the Southern Pines, North Carolina Pilot was named best in its division for 2005 and 2012.

He lives, writes, and practices law in Carthage, North Carolina.

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Tim Tresslar

Tim made his reputation as one of the authors behind Don Pendleton's bestselling Mack Bolan action thrillers from Gold Eagle Books, including entries for the EXECUTIONER, STONY MAN, and MACK BOLAN lines.

His thrillers include JUSTICE RUN, BLOOD VENDETTA and REVOLUTION DEVICE, among several others. He is also the author of BLOOD FUED, his entry in the Jack Tunney FIGHT CARD series from Fight Card Books.

A former newspaper man, Tim lives in Dayton, Ohio.

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