Best seller books

Among the best seller books in recent memory are the thrillers by Robert Ludlum, including his blockbuster, The Bourne Trilogy.  It is interesting to note that this series uses human identity as its main dramatic device for achieving best seller book status.  Of course there are many other themes and genres that include best seller books.

A new novel concerned with identity has been published recently by Bascom Hill entitled Smoke.  Utilizing the powerful theme of human identity so often successful in best seller books, Jeremy Chester has written a 478 page novel in which the protagonist, code named Smoke by the Department of Justice, struggles not only with learning his real identity, but defending himself from sworn enemies who know him as one of them, an identity meant to be erased by the Justice Department utilizing the Witness Protection Program.

Best seller books in the thriller and suspense genre have several things in common:  the protagonist begins the adventure in serious trouble, the plot allows incremental dramatic escalation as more information becomes available, the characters are realistic enough to capture and hold the sympathy, or disgust, of the reader, and the climax resolves all loose ends.  This book provides this and more.  The protagonist, a veteran marine recon platoon sergeant from Viet Nam will not only have to deal with his anonymous antagonist, but also with his own identity.

 

Want to read one of the future best seller books? Get your copy of Smoke today!