J.B. Turner is the #1 Amazon bestselling author of the Jon Reznick® thriller series. His latest book, HARD VENGEANCE (Thomas & Mercer), was published on 14 January 2021. His books have sold over one million copies.
He is a former journalist and has a keen interest in geo-politics. He loves music. He occasionally blogs. He listens to everything from Beethoven to The Beatles, The Cure to Bach. And everything in between. Occasionally writes. Loves films. Well, good ones. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Taxi Driver, Goodfellas, Heat, The Godfather, The Offence, The Parallax View, The French Connection, Salvador, Payback, It’s a Wonderful Life, Manhattan, Annie Hall, Hell or High Water, Sideways, Little Miss Sunshine, Serpico, Withnail and I, The Way, Way Back, The Fighter, JFK, Paris Texas, Shaun of the Dead, Jean de Florette, Ladybird, As Good As It Gets, The Hangover, Wonder Boys, The Deer Hunter, All the President’s Men, The Irishman, Joker, Spenser Confidential, Extraction, Uncut Gems, Babette’s Feast, and a personal fave, Animal House (what’s not to like?). TV shows he has enjoyed include The Undoing, Patrick Melrose, Colony, Bloodline, Dead to Me, Bosch and After Life.
He wrote the American Ghost® series of action thrillers. The series features protagonist Nathan Stone, a former CIA covert operative who had been critically wounded, and everyone thought was dead. But behind closed doors, he was rehabilitated by a highly secretive government organization known as the Commission, given a new identity and appearance, and remoulded into a lethal assassin. His brief: to execute kill orders drawn up by the Commission, all in the name of national security. The Commission owns him, but Stone knows one wrong move could turn him from loyal asset to hunted man. He also wrote the Jon Reznick novella, Gone Bad (No Way Back Press), and the Deborah Jones® crime thrillers, Miami Requiem (No Way Back Press) and Dark Waters (No Way Back Press). He lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. He is married with two children.
Literary Agent: Mitch Hoffman, The Aaron M. Priest Literary Agency, New York.
Film/TV: Rich Green, The Gotham Group, Los Angeles.