“With From the Ashes, Jeremy Burns establishes himself among the best authors of taut, historical thrillers. In this gripping debut, Burns lays bare a fascinating conspiracy of
deceit, full of action and twists. You’ll find yourself rooting for his heroes, repulsed by his villains, and rethinking what you think you know about one of history’s darkest times. Truly, a must-read for fans of suspense, action, and history.”– Robert Liparulo, bestselling author of The 13th Tribe, Comes a Horseman, and The Dreamhouse Kings
“From the Ashes is a thrilling race against time to expose a diabolical conspiracy that would shatter everything we think we know about the 20th century. With clever puzzles, enigmatic clues, and hidden secrets, Jeremy Burns re-imagines New York’s landmarks so vividly that you will want to explore them all over again.”
– Boyd Morrison, bestselling author of The Ark and The Vault
“From the Ashes is an ingenious, thought-provoking, and emotionally engaging thriller. This novel will resonate with you for a long time.”
– Lou Aronica, New York Times bestselling author
“A complex, amazing plot that is fiction but could all too well be actual reality. Jeremy Burns is a true espionage writer who knows when to ramp up the action and when to insert some provocative description in a well-balanced tapestry of historical, adventure-packed fiction. Well done, indeed, Jeremy Burns!”
– Crystal Book Reviews
“Jeremy Burns’ debut thriller is one of the best I’ve read in ages. I am totally looking forward to what’s happening with Jonathan Rickner and the next book can’t come fast enough for me!”
– Reviews by Molly
“I do love a good international thriller, and From the Ashes comes close to being one of the best.”
– Nights and Weekends
“It was more enjoyable than the Dan Brown books I have read and almost reads like a cross between Tom Clancy and John Grisham.”
– Book Reviews and More
A DEADLY CONSPIRACY
Graduate students Jonathan and Michael Rickner, sons of eminent archaeologist Sir William Rickner, are no strangers to historical mysteries and archaeological adventures. But when Michael is discovered dead in his Washington, D.C. apartment, Jon refuses to believe the official ruling of suicide. Digging deeper into his brother's work, he discovers evidence that Michael was murdered to keep his dissertation research buried.
A DEVASTATING NATIONAL SECRET
Joined by Michael's fiancée Mara Ellison, Jon travels to New York where he uncovers the threads of a deadly Depression-era conspiracy - one entangling the Hoover Administration, the Rockefellers, and the rise of Nazi Germany - and the elite cadre of assassins that still guard its unspeakable secret.
THE LABYRINTHINE PATH TO THE TRUTH
Finding themselves in the crosshairs of the same men who killed Michael, Jon and Mara must navigate a complex web of historical cover-ups and modern-day subterfuge, outwitting and outrunning their all-powerful pursuers as they race through the monuments and museums of Manhattan in a labyrinthine treasure hunt to discover the last secret of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., before their enemies can bury the truth - and them - forever.
“National Treasure meets The Bourne Identity in this riveting debut. Blending history, suspense, and adventure, Burns takes readers on a nonstop thrill ride through some of the country’s most famous sites – and infamous periods of history – ensuring that you’ll never look at New York City, the 1930s, or the name ‘Rockefeller’ the same again. Not to miss!” – Jeremy Robinson, bestselling author of Threshhold and Secondworld
Bestselling author Robert Liparulo calls Jeremy Burns “among the best authors of taut, historical thrillers” and Crystal Book Reviews said he was “a true espionage writer who knows when to ramp up the action and when to insert some provocative description in a well-balanced tapestry of historical, adventure-packed fiction.” Jeremy Burns writes thrillers that are at once cerebral and pulse-pounding, a combination that will leave you breathless.
“Even if you don’t believe in secrets, this is a story of the first-order and if you like mysteries pick it up. You won’t be sorry.”– Cheryl’s Book Nook