William Tyree’s short stories have appeared in Harvard Review, the Atlantic, North American Review, the Mississippi Review and elsewhere. Line of Succession is his debut novel.
After studying at the University of Arizona, he taught at Nothern Arizona University and Asia University in Tokyo, Japan. Between semesters, he journeyed throughout Europe, Africa, and Asia, publishing his adventures in the travel sections of English-language newspapers. After returning to the United States, he worked as a consultant to the U.S. Government for four years before leaving to work as a technology and marketing executive in the private sector. He lives with his family in Los Angeles.
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The Fellowship: A Thriller
by William Tyree
Approx. 138,690 words.
Published on September 2, 2013.
BLAKE CARVER RETURNS IN AN EXPLOSIVE NEW THRILLER
In Washington D.C., an American senator is the victim of a depraved murder. In London, a senior member of parliament is brutally slain in the tunnels beneath Whitehall. Only one thing appears to link the American and British politicians – the archaic ritual used to kill them.
Line of Succession: A Thriller
by William Tyree
Approx. 102,940 words.
Published on March 30, 2011.
In William Tyree’s new thriller, the nation is rocked by a series of devastating high-level assassinations. As the Pentagon retaliates against Islamic extremists, counter-terrorism agent Blake Carver realizes that this new war isn’t about religion, foreign policy or oil. It’s up to Carver to stop a group of powerful Washington insiders battling over the world's most precious resource: water.
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