James Rollins

James Rollins was born in Chicago, Illinois and graduated from the University of Missouri in 1985 with a doctorate in veterinary medicine.

He moved to Sacramento, California and established his veterinary practice, which he gave up to become a fulltime writer.

His first novel, Witch Fire, was published in 1999 under James Clemens, his pen name.

He is a New York Times bestselling author with his work translated into more than forty languages.

His eight Sigma Force thrillers have earned recognition in New York Times and People Magazine.

His work is known for exploring how the advancement of technology affects society, as well as for featuring exciting and creative adventures.

Aside from writing novels, James Rollins is the chair for the Authors United for Veterans through USA Cares, which help military families in crisis, and also helped to establish the International Thriller Writers, Inc., which recognizes and promotes the thriller genre.

Rollins is a certified scuba diver and an amateur spelunker and currently resides in Northern California.

Bibliography – Books

• Witch Fire (1998)

• Witch Storm (1999)

• Subterranean (1999)

• Excavation (2000)

• Witch War (2000)

• Witch Gate (2001)

• Deep Fathom (2001)

• Amazonia (2002)

• Witch Star (2002)

• Ice Hunt (2003)

• Sandstorm (2004)

• Map of Bones (2005)

• Shadowfall (2005)

• Hinterland (2006)

• Black Order (2006)

• The Judas Strain (2007)

• The Last Oracle (2008)

• Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)

• The Doomsday Key (2009)

• Jake Ransom and the Skull King’s Shadow (2009)

• Altar of Eden (2010)

• The Devil Colony (2011)

• Jake Ransom and the Howling Sphinx (2011)

• Bloodline (2012)

• The Eye of God (2013)

James Rollins

http://www.jamesrollins.com/

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