EXCLUSIVE: See the Cover for Andrews & Wilson’s ‘Dark Intercept’

On September 7th, co-authors Brian Andrews and Jeff Wilson are set to kick off their brand new series with Dark Intercept, and Book Spy followers are getting an exclusive first look at the stunning cover art.

This series launch, published by Tyndale, marks the fourth series from A&W set to hit stores in the coming months—along with their popular Tier One thrillers, a spinoff of that franchise beginning with Sons of Valor (Blackstone Publishing, June 8th), and the highly-anticipated ninth (and still untitled) book in W.E.B. Griffin’s Presidential Agent franchise (from Penguin)—which means their legion of fans will have tons of new stuff to read this year. This book, however, might just be the most unique thing they’re releasing.

Told with all the same action-packed sequences their fans have come to know and love, Dark Intercept wades into more faith-based, supernatural waters, which should appeal to new readers and fans of other genres, further diversifying their readership as the talented duo continue to conquer all sides of the thriller scene.

Check out the plot details below.


When dark forces rise, are faith and firepower enough?

On the eve of his medical retirement, Navy SEAL Jedidiah Johnson receives a frantic call from his estranged childhood best friend David Yarnell. David’s daughter has been kidnapped off the streets of Nashville in broad daylight. The police have no suspects and no leads. The only clue: the body of a dead priest left behind at the scene. With the clock ticking, David is growing desperate, as is his wife, Rachel . . . Jed’s first love.

Despite his painful history with David and Rachel, Jed agrees to help. But he’s spent his career as a door-kicking Navy SEAL, not an investigator. His presence immediately draws unwanted attention, creates friction with the local police, and triggers a mysterious attempt on his life. Just when he thinks things can’t get worse, it starts to happen again―the voices in his head, the nightmares, the visions. Dark memories and strange abilities, things he believed he’d left behind when he fled Nashville for the Navy at eighteen, begin to resurface.

Jed realizes that to save the missing girl, he must take a leap of faith and embrace the gifts he’s denied for all these years. To foil this dark intercept, he’ll need more than just his years as a SEAL operator, because he has no choice now but to take up arms and join the battle in the unseen spiritual warfare raging all around him. And there is far more at stake than just a missing girl: the world is not the place he thought it was―and he is not alone.



Brian Andrews is a US Navy veteran, Park Leadership Fellow, and former submarine officer with a psychology degree from Vanderbilt and a master’s in business from Cornell University. He is the author of three critically acclaimed high-tech thrillers: Reset, The Infiltration Game, and The Calypso Directive.

Jeffrey Wilson has worked as an actor, firefighter, paramedic, jet pilot, and diving instructor, as well as a vascular and trauma surgeon. He served in the US Navy for fourteen years and made multiple deployments as a combat surgeon. Wilson is the author of three award-winning supernatural thrillers: The Traiteurs Ring, The Donors, and Fade to Black. He and his wife live in Southwest Florida with their four children.

Fans excited to get their hands on Dark Intercept can now pre-order Andrews and Wilson’s next book here or anywhere else books are sold.



Praised as “One of the hardest working, most thoughtful, and fairest reviewers out there” by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline, Ryan Steck has “quickly established himself as the authority on mysteries and thrillers” (Author A.J. Tata). Steck also works full-time as a freelance editor and pens a monthly thriller column for CrimeReads. Additionally, he co-hosts ThrillerTalk, a new podcast with K.J. Howe. For more information, be sure to follow him on Twitter and Facebook. He currently lives in Southwest Michigan with his wife and their six children.

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