About the Author
No matter what path thriller author Mike Pace has walked, it’s always been with a story to tell.One of Mike’s earliest memories is helping to write the fourth grade Christmas play at his Pittsburgh elementary school.
Born in Pittsburgh, Mike attended the University of Illinois on an art scholarship, and graduated with a BFA degree.
Member of the International Thriller Writers and Maryland Writers Associations
Praise for Mike's books
“Pace crafts compelling characters in service to a thrilling plot with narrative riches…”
“One to Go by Mike Pace spins out a fascinating premise—what if a hideous mistake in life could be rewound—into a ripping good novel, with a mix of tight plotting, explosive excitement, and vivid characters?"
—Douglas Preston, New York Times best-selling author of The Kraken Project
“...a devilishly clever tale, one you won't want to miss.”
—Gayle Lynds, New York Time best-selling author of The book of Spies
“Mike Pace has fashioned a relentlessly suspenseful, wrenching tale that's both homage to the classic Twilight Zone and a kind of post-modern take on early Stephen King with a wildly imaginative concept realized to the fullest."
—Jon Land, best-selling author of Strong Rain Falling
“A terrific mix of murder and mayhem, with a clever woo- woo twist that will keep you on your toes. Definitely worth the price of admission.”
—Steve Berry, New York Times best-selling author of The 14th Colony
“This entertaining and original chiller will lead you along one surprising twist and turn after another!"
—Hank Phillipi Ryan, award-winning author of The Wrong Girl
In the Works
A NEW BELLE BANNON SERIES
Meet Belle Bannon:
Belle is a hunting guide for a national outfitter headquartered in Park City, Utah. Belle's job takes her all over the western states leading trophy hunters on expeditions. She’s highly skilled in the use of firearms and hunting bows. Belle’s an expert skier and sometimes works ski patrol.
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I’m ashamed to admit that I hadn’t read Mark Twain since high school. Then on a whim I picked up A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court and realized what I’d missed. This dude was funny! (And by the way, he used the term “dude” way back in 1889.) In the book a Connecticut…