Generosity comes in lots of forms, but how about from an author of fiction thrillers? San Diego native Andrew Peterson does just that: he generously gives 50% of all sales from his debut thriller, First to Kill, to the San Diego Museum of Man.
books tell the story of former Marine sniper Nathan McBride, a hired gun who uses his unique skills for private clients. His
dark past and promising new life create intense drama and conflict as he
carries out risky jobs in a quest for justice. He’s forced to look inside
himself for strength and integrity as he takes on what proves to be the most
monumental work of his life.
Praise for Peterson’s Trilogy
Nathan McBride is “the most
brutally effective thriller hero to appear in years.” —Ridley Pearson, author of Killer Weekend, in
praise of First to Kill.
“A high-powered thriller from a magnum-force writer.” —David
Dun, author of The Black Silent, in praise of First to Kill.
“An absolutely bone-chilling thriller. Equal parts Stephen
Hunter and Thomas Harris. Imagine Bob Lee Swagger going after Hannibal Lecter
and you will have only scratched the surface of this intensely exciting novel. Forced
To Kill will haunt you long after you read its last brilliantly plotted
page.” —Brad Thor, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Foreign
Influence, in praise of Forced to Kill.
“Part Jack Reacher, part Jason Bourne, Nathan McBride is a compelling, conflicted hero. Option to Kill is a masterful thrill ride. Definitely one for your keeper shelf. I couldn’t put it down.” —Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Columbus Affair.
more and purchase the books here. The books are available in hard copy, e-reader, and audio formats.
and raised in San Diego, California, Andrew attended La Jolla High School
before enrolling at the University of Oklahoma, where he earned a bachelor of
science in architecture.
began writing fiction in 1990. First To Kill was Andrew’s debut novel
and is in its second printing. Andrew has given away hundreds of books to
veterans and donated more than 2,000 books to troops and wounded warriors
around the world.
more about Andrew here.