Tom Abrahams is a hybrid author that been writing novels seriously since the early 2010s. The veteran television journalist isn’t new to the spotlight. Abrahams spent the better part of two decades wading through the most engaging stories in recent years.
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The author has interviewed some of the most powerful people in the world, from presidents to cabinet members. He has even had the opportunity of reporting live from Chernobyl, the barrios of Mexico City and the Amazon jungle, not to mention various other dangerous places that most people would dare not tread.
Some people might even be familiar with all the work Abrahams has done covering political rallies and trailing presidential candidates, not to mention analyzing stories for the masses on the internet.
People call Tom Abrahams a hybrid author because has achieved success both as a traditional publisher and through self-publishing. Many readers know the author for his Allegiance series, which was traditionally published, this while others might remember him from the Traveler Series which was self-published on Amazon.
The writer of action adventure, apocalyptic thrillers, and political conspiracies has achieved success in both arenas.
Tom Abrahams has a wife and two children.
Best Tom Abrahams Books
Abrahams’ experience as a journalist shines through his books, not only with regards to the real world concepts he incorporates into his stories but the detail he injects into everything, with some of the best books the veteran journalist has written so far including the following:
Intention: There are things happening with unseen yet devastating consequences, this including the murder of a hip-hop star and the release of a notorious terrorist from custody. With an assassin weaving his way across Europe and an ancient organization working to change the course of history, only one woman can stop the oncoming global catastrophe, but only if she can overcome her own demons.
The second novel in the Political Conspiracy Series follows Matti Harold, a woman struggling with PTSD after the events of an assault on the Capitol. The book picks up a few months after the first one and it gives readers a closer look at Matti’s character.
Her addiction to Xanax becomes a hindrance to her new position as the president’s most trusted aide. When she discovers a secret organization and the nefarious plans they have in mind, not to mention the political actors they are using to carry their plans out, Matti’s life is threatened.
The book is classic Tom Abrahams, a political thriller that delivers equal amounts of action and tension. There is also more character development than some people might expect from a book that moves so quickly.
Conspiracy theorists will love the concepts Abrahams plays with here, specifically a plot that might see the power of the world’s governments fall into the hands of a shadowy organization.
While reading Sedition, the first book in the series, will heighten your enjoyment of its predecessor, this book can actually work just as effectively as a standalone novel.
Allegiance: Jackson Quick never thought he would be on the run, with his life in so much jeopardy. He shouldn’t have trusted a Texas Politician or fallen for a leggy woman. But it is a little too late for regrets now that he has become embroiled in a corporate battle over something too small to even see with the naked eye.
Books like Sedition and Intention are not for everybody and might actually sour some readers on Tom Abrahams’ work because their political nature delves into the inner workings of the United States Government.
And people who know nothing about the United States government or politics, in general, might find the plots of Abrahams’ Political Conspiracy books a little dull.
This book, the first in the Jackson Quick series, has more broad appeal. Jackson undertakes a job for the Governor of Texas delivering iPods. It is a task he carries out without question despite knowing nothing about the contents of the iPods or the people receiving them.
Things begin to take a strange turn when Jackson drinks a beer with a funny taste and then finds that he has been tied up by people who are very interested in the work he has been doing for the governor.
Of course, Jackson isn’t just any other victim. His captors have no idea who he really is or what he can do. This book moves at a rapid pace, rarely stopping to take a breath.