Martha Carr, author of the new thriller The List, has received plenty of praise for her thriller. Check out the following reasons to read her new book:
"The List is one of the best thrillers I have read in years. A loving, funny family that will leave you rooting for their survival while quickly turning the page to see what happens next. A must-read for any fans of politics and Carr, a seasoned literary veteran of the game." — Lillian Vernon, founder of Lillian Vernon Corporation
"Every bit as good as Mary Higgins Clark's highly successful novels of psychological suspense. Suspenseful and entertaining." — The Chattanooga Free Press
"In The List, Martha Carr has crafted a slick political thriller that navigates a world laid bare with the quest for power and control. Once you pick it up you won’t be able to put it down." — James Eddy, producer
"From page one through the last chapter Carr takes the reader on a quick-paced and easy-flowing tour of murder, suspense and steamy romance. Be prepared to stay up past your bedtime with this one." — Library Journal
"The List is a rip-roaring read from start to finish, filled with unexpected twists and narrow escapes and a tremendously satisfying payoff that I never saw coming!" — Tom Purcell, syndicated columnist and author
About the Author
Martha Randolph Carr is the author of four books and also writes a weekly, nationally syndicated column through the Cagle Cartoon syndicate on politics, national interest topics, and life in general.
Her newest work, The List, is a political thriller set around the attorney Wallis Jones, her husband Norman, and their son Ned. Martha is currently at work on the sequel, The Keeper.
Martha is also a melanoma survivor, Chi runner, occasional rower and skydiver, and mother to Louie. She resides near her son in Chicago, Illinois, where everyone is always welcome to stay for dinner.