About Thomas Waite
Thomas Waite is the bestselling author of the celebrated Lana Elkins thriller series. Lethal Code was declared “Taut, tense, and provocative” by Hank Phillippi Ryan, the Agatha, Anthony, and Mary Higgins Clark Award-winning author. Waite is a board director of, and an advisor to, a number of technology companies. His nonfiction work has appeared in The New York Times, the Harvard Business Review, The Boston Globe, and The Daily Beast. He lives in Boston.
"Thomas Waite has already established himself as a preeminent writer of riveting thrillers and Shadowed is no exception. From the murky depth's of Boston's Charles River to the harrowing wild lands of Kenya, Waite takes readers on a ride so real they'll feel as if they're flying in the co-pilot's seat!"
—Dale Dauten, King Features Syndicated Columnist
"Rarely does a novel pull me down and strap me in for the long, beautifully turbulent ride like Unholy Code did. This book stuns with pulse-pounding prose and a plot of terrorism and counter-terrorism that seems plucked not from today's headlines, but from the ones that may very well come tomorrow. A real achievement."
—Vincent Zandri, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Remains and When Shadows Come
“Trident Code is a powerful and nerve-tingling tale, and its authenticity is right up there with Tom Clancy. Waite gives us brilliant storytelling and a real winner of a book.”
—Vice Admiral N.R. Thunman, U.S. Navy (retired) and former Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Submarine Warfare
"Taut, tense, and provocative, this frighteningly knowing cyber-thriller will keep you turning pages—not only to devour the fast-paced fiction, but to worry about how much is terrifyingly true."
—Hank Phillippi Ryan, Agatha, Anthony, and Mary Higgins Clark award-winning author of Truth Be Told
“Terminal Value is a sizzling thriller convincingly set in the world of emerging technologies that even industry insiders will appreciate. Thomas Waite has earned the right to belly up to the bar with the likes of Brad Meltzer, Scott Turow, and David Baldacci. A great read!”