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New York Times bestselling author David L. Golemon delivers pulse-pounding thrillers that rocket along from start to finish. 

Ripper gets underway in 1887, when the British Empire unwittingly unleashes Jack the Ripper after contracting an American professor to create a mutant gene for turning ordinary people into vicious fighting machines. Cut to the present, and the professor’s notebooks have surfaced, pitting the Event Group against one of history’s most notorious murderers.

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  • “Golemon combines his typical action-adventure fare with more thriller elements this time, and he focuses more on the personal stakes of his characters…Golemon knows how to make readers turn the pages, and Primeval will only further enhance his reputation.”


  • “A tale worthy of the giants of the genre like Clive Cussler, James Rollins, and Matthew Reilly, Legend is a definite must-read for action and adventure fans. Don’t miss it.”


  • “Fans of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea will enjoy Golemon’s recasting of the Jules Verne novel.”

    Publishers Weekly on Leviathan

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About the Author

David L. Golemon is the author of the Event Group thriller series, including Ancients, Leviathan, and Primeval. Legend, the second book in the series, was nominated for a RITA award for paranormal fiction. Golemon learned an early love of reading from his father, who told him that the written word, unlike other forms, allows readers to use their own minds, the greatest special effects machines of all—an idea Golemon still believes. The only thing he loves more than writing is research, especially historical research, and he sees the subtext of his Event Group novels as being that understanding history allows us to create a better future. Golemon grew up in Chino, California, and now makes his home in New York.