Joel C. Rosenberg has written 10 novels, including "The Last Jihad" and "The Damascus Countdown." He also has written 6 non-fiction books, including "Israel at War" and "The Invested Life."
Rosenberg's political thrillers include "Dead Heat," "The Copper Scroll," "The Last Days," "The Tehran Initiative," "The Twelfth Imam" and "The Auschwitz Escape." The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association named his novel "Ezekiel Option" the "Best Novel of 2006" and awarded it a Gold Medallion Award. Most of his novels follow Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy, a pair of White House advisers. His novels also touch on Biblical writing and prophecy.
His most recent novel, "The Third Target," came out in 2014. It follows New York Times foreign correspondent J.B. Collins' efforts to uncover whether the al-Qaeda splinter cell ISIS is preparing to deploy chemical weapons during the U.S. President's visit to Syria.
Rosenberg's non-fiction includes "Implosion," "Inside the Revolution," "Inside the Revival" and "Epicenter." He also released a companion DVD and study guide for "Inside the Revolution" and "Epicenter," and he released "Epicenter 2.0," which includes new content and information updated since the book's initial release in 2006. His non-fiction e-book, "Israel at War," explores the likelihood that Israel and Iran will go to war and how this will affect the future of the Middle East and the world.