Geoffrey Thorne is an American novelist and screenwriter.
Thorne was born in the United States. After a successful career as a television actor, Thorne began writing professionally, winning Second Prize in Simon & Schuster's sixth annual Strange New Worlds anthology with his story "The Soft Room." He went on to publish more stories in several media tie-in anthologies as well as the Star Trek: Titan novel Sword of Damocles.
Other stories he has written include contributions to MV Media''s anthology Steam Funk, Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, and the neo-pulp webzine Astonishing Adventures! Magazine.
As a screenwriter, Thorne has worked with Kickstart Entertainment, Disney and Cartoon Network to develop several properties for television in both live-action and animated formats.
He was a writer for Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien & Omniverse and seasons 3,4 and 5 of TNT's Leverage.
In 2014 Lion Forge Entertainment and NBC-Universal tapped Thorne to reboot the global fan favorite TV series, KNIGHT RIDER in comic book form.
Thorne is the co-creator of PHANTOM CANYON, an audio drama from Pendant Productions set to debut in 2014.
Thorne is also a co-founder and writing partner of GENRE 19, a studio he formed with artist Todd Harris in 2008.
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The Undetermined State of Charlie Blue
Charlie has made a lot of mistakes in her life, not the least of which was marrying Troy. On the worst night of her life she makes a new friend who might just have a way out.
Truth Metric (Fringe Space #1)
APEX's commanding officer faces the unpleasant duty of notifying a parent about the death of their son, and explaining how and why he died without divulging classified information surrounding the event.
Fina Silento (Fringe Space #3)
It's the long dark night of the soul for APEX's newly minted First Engineer. Can Cimarron Bell's genetically enhanced mind take the pressure or will the Construct crack?
Pills is a guy with a bad habit. Sharkey's the guy who collects when that habit gets out of hand. When Pills finds a way to settle his debts once and for all there might just be hell to pay.
Fixing Mr. Styx (The Grim Arcana #3)
Sherman is the best magical "procurement specialist" in the business because he follows two rules.
Know where the exits are.
Know your client.
When he breaks the rules and takes the wrong job from the wrong guys on the wrong night things go from bad to Apocalyptic with no exit in sight.
Geoffrey Thorne's DREAMNASIUM
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! ... A lonely god at the end of the universe? Sounds like a party... A scientist with a physics problem that just might be murder... A young girl with a secret bundle, monsters in the dark woods? Not your grandmother's fairy tale.
Geoffrey Thorne, author of Star Trek: Titan: Sword of Damocles, assembles these tales and many more under one tent for
The Price of Salt (The Grim Arcana #1)
What if, when they told you there was nothing in the dark that could hurt you, they were wrong? What if there's something there that can not only hurt you but kill, chew you up and swallow your soul? What if that something has an address, a house where it sits in the shadows, waiting for someone, anyone, to stumble inside? What if that someone is you?
Hardboiled horror & fantasy.
The Cost of Opening (The Grim Arcana #2)
What do you get when you mix a hardboiled detective, a stripper with a cashbox for a heart and a simple magic charm?
In the city of Arcana you get trouble of the world-shattering, life-eating kind with only one lonely sorceress standing between humanity and oblivion.
Geoffrey Thorne, author of RED/Shift, presents a tale of dark magic, tragic love and ancient bonds. For mature readers.
A dashing killer trying to outrun his past... A world-weary cop determined to close her most baffling case... A dying heiress desperate to find a cure for her disease...
When these stories collide on the same Martian night the results are deadly.
The author of Star Trek: Titan: Sword of Damocles presents an original tale of murder and magic set in a future that is both familiar and strange.