New (to me) Thrillers!

I recently found two authors who I decided to try, and found that I enjoyed their works.  I'll be reading more of both. Steve Richer is one.  I read his TERROR BOUNTY and enjoyed it quite a bit.  Here's my Amazon review:
This was my first exposure to the thrillers of Steve Richer, and I'm gonna be going back for more! It was a fast-paced trip through the world of international terrorism and intrigue, and I had trouble putting it down. I loved the main characters (Rick and Olivia) and even though the idea that an amateur could just waltz into this world and accomplish what needed to be accomplished, in the end, I bought into it because it was such a fun story. I'll be trying more of Richer's works.
I enjoyed reading about the terrorist's ideas on the state of the world, which are juxtaposed with his murderous actions.  Nothing is black and white, in the book, or in the world... Here's the link to see it on Amazon:  TERROR BOUNTY by Steve Richer. Another author is M.P. McDonald.  She uses a supernatural or magical device (a camera that takes pictures of future tragedies somehow) to allow her main characters to get into position to be involved with crimes and/or terrorism.  I've read three of McDonald's books so far and enjoyed all of them.  Here's my Amazon review of one of them:
I really enjoyed this thriller, which hinges on the unlikely existence of a camera that shows the future. There were great characters, tense situations, and a nice resolution. I've already read its sequel, CAPTURE, and will review that at some point in the future.
Short but to the point.   McDonald has written a series of five other books about Mark Taylor, the original owner of the camera.  I've read one of those, the first-in-series NO GOOD DEEDS, and enjoyed it quite a bit.  The two CJ Sheridan books were a lot of fun and quite tense at times. Here's the link to see SHOOT on Amazon:  SHOOT by M.P. McDonald. Some very good, new-to-me- reads. *****

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