Tuesday, April 5, 2011

The Four Horsemen - Ben Sussman

They are real. They are the harbingers of the Apocalypse. And we have only one chance to stop them.

THE FOUR HORSEMEN is a race-against-the-clock thriller featuring Andie Sullivan. As the world’s only “culturalist,” she is employed by corporations and wealthy individuals to break through the barriers with any culture around the globe. Now, she faces the most challenging and dangerous assignment of her career.
Hired by a ruthless businessman to infiltrate the mysterious tribe who serve as the protectors of the Four Horsemen’s ancient secret, Andie is plunged into a mysterious world where every answer only opens the door to more questions. With a shadowy government force and a brutal terrorist also vying for the Horsemen’s unfathomable power, Andie and her makeshift team must collect them all and unlock their mysteries before time runs out.

A Los Angeles native, Ben Sussman departed the left coast on a writing scholarship to New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. After earning his Bachelor of Fine Arts, he returned to Hollywood where he held positions at Creative Artists Agency, Paramount Pictures and Disney.

Returning to his first love of writing, Ben sold the screenplay FINISHING SCHOOL to Twentieth Century Fox/New Regency and wrote on assignment for Walt Disney Pictures & Touchstone Television. THE FOUR HORSEMEN is his first novel. He currently resides in Los Angeles.

What will readers like about your book? 

The action that goes from page 1 all the way to the surprise ending. I wrote this novel to read like a thrilling movie.

Why did you self publish? 

After my agent took to publishers, it came very close to selling and then didn't. Having been very familiar with that type of thing as a screenwriter, I decided to embrace the revolution that is happening in the publishing world. I thought that this book was something that readers would thoroughly enjoy and that's been happening!

Who are your favorite authors in your genre? 

Konrath rules! I also like James Rollins, Steve Berry and Dan Brown.

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