List of Books
- The Hades Factor (with Gayle Lynds) (2000)
- The Cassandra Compact (with Phillip Shelby) (2001)
- The Paris Option (with Gayle Lynds) (2002)
- The Altman Code (with Gayle Lynds) (2003)
- The Lazarus Vendetta (with Patrick Larkin) (2004)
- The Moscow Vector (with Patrick Larkin) (2005)
- The Arctic Event (by James H. Cobb) (2007)
- The Ares Decision (by Kyle Mills) (2011)
- The Janus Reprisal (by Jamie Freveletti) (2012)
- The Utopia Experiment (by Kyle Mills) (2013)
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