KILLER INSTINCT won the 2006 International Thriller Writers' Best Novel award. In PARANOIA and COMPANY MAN, Joseph Finder has written two of the best thrillers of the last 5 years. They are both powerful, pacey and most of all, zeitgeisty. In the same way as Ludlum did in the 70s and 80s, Finder captures the mood of a time and a world. Joe has received brilliant review coverage and substantial sales for both titles. He is now ready to break through into the big-league. Joe is already a NEW YORK TIMES bestseller in the USA and has been in the INDEPENDENT top ten over here.
In addition to fiction, Finder continues to write extensively on espionage and international affairs relations for THE NEW YORK TIMES, THE WASHINGTON POST, and THE NEW REPUBLIC. He lives in Boston with his wife and daughter.
'Joseph Finder's visions of corporate America make riveting reading... Finder is in good form in this tense page-turner.' -- Suzanna Yager SUNDAY TELEGRAPH 'Finder's novel is as tight as a garrotte, but with twice the laughs' -- Mark Timlin INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY 'Joseph Finder's getting better with each book... a brow-furrowingly smart piece of thrillering' SUNDAY SPORT 'Buy it.****' DAILY MIRROR This may be a crime novel but its subtext is a sermon on the price of success.' LITERARY REVIEW 'A twist on the corporate thriller' GLASGOW HERALD 'Finder is gaining a reputation as a top dog in thrillers - and Killer Instinct is his best yet.' -- Shari Low DAILY RECORD '[a] nerve-twanging thriller' PETERBOROUGH EVENING TELEGRAPH