Ask Steve Berry, author of New York Times bestsellers, whose international thriller books he reads and you'll find they're the same authors who read himeveryone from Dan Brown to Lee Child. In fact, Child has said that the hallmarks of Steve Berry books are "scale, scope, sweep, and historyplus breathless second-by-second suspense. I love this guy." And The Los Angeles Times agrees: "Think Jack Bauer and 24, with twists, turns, schemes and counterschemes."
Author Steve Berry is known for gripping international thriller books that span the globe and world history. Praised as "a meticulous researcher" by Publishers Weekly, Berry went to France for The Templar Legacy, to Venice for The Venetian Betrayal, and to Germany for The Charlemagne Pursuitnot to mention four days in the City of Light to research The Paris Vendetta, which another of Berry’s favorite authors, Harlan Coben, called his best yet: "Steve Berry always finds intriguing ways to link the past to the present in his fast-paced thrillers."
Author Steve Berry doesn't necessarily believe you should write what you know, but what you love. That explains why his fascination with history is the backbone of his amazing New York Times bestsellers. An international sensation, Steve Berry's books are published in 44 countries and 41 languages, with more than 7 million copies in print worldwide.
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