The end of the world is just the beginning of the hunt …
Estes Park Police Chief Marcus Colton and tracker Sam ‘Raven’ Spears have never liked one another, but when a young girl goes missing in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colton hires Spears to help find her. Their search ends after a night of devastating horror. When word reaches Estes that the nation has been hit by a coordinated electromagnetic pulse attack, Colton and Spears are forced to work together again. But they quickly realize they aren’t just tracking a killer—they are tracking a madman. As the United States descends into chaos, the hunters become the hunted.
Halfway across the country, Senator Charlize Montgomery awakes to find the nation’s capital has gone dark. Forced to set off on foot, she treks across a city that has woken to a new world, and as the night progresses, she learns the EMP attack was just the beginning.
“Smith is a master world builder, who takes the familiar and makes it seem new, fresh, and exciting. It’s wonderful blend of military sci-fi, political intrigue, and dystopian fiction.”
Tom Abrahams, bestselling author of the SpaceMan Chronicles
“Nicholas Sansbury Smith reboots the post-apocalyptic genre with Trackers, a carefully plotted, skillfully written, and exquisitely paced novel that combines the best elements of the post-apocalyptic genre with a gripping suspense.”
Steve Konkoly, USA Today bestselling author
“A high-altitude nuclear EMP strike remains one of the least understood, most devastating threats facing industrialized society. It would benefit every American to read this book if for no other reason than to understand how this asymmetric attack could cripple the world’s greatest superpower.”
Dr. Arthur Bradley, bestselling author of The Survivalist
“An action-packed riff on the EMP apocalypse, but one that gut-punches full-scale war and great characters…The first book in a new adventure that seems set to grow in scale and excitement!”
Matthew Mather, bestselling author of Cyberstorm
Bronson Pinchot, an Audie Award–winning narrator, received his education at Yale University, which filled out what he had already received at his mother’s knee in the all-important areas of Shakespeare, Greek art and architecture, and the Italian Renaissance. He restores Greek Revival buildings and appears in television, film, and on stage whenever the pilasters and entablatures overwhelm him.