Threat Bias - Christopher Rosow

Threat Bias

By Christopher Rosow

  • Release Date: 2020-04-27
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 235 Ratings)


"A thoroughly riveting two-novel debut introducing a compelling new hero," says JAMES PATTERSON

Credited with successfully stopping a terror threat in 2017, FBI staffer Ben Porter has been promoted to Special Agent. But, within days of receiving his credentials and weapon, the tables are turned, and Ben finds himself-and his family-as a target. Ben must overcome his inexperienced biases to understand the motivation of his foes, in order to not only secure his own safety, but also to intercept a nefarious, invisible, and unprecedented new weapon of terror.

From Ryan Steck, THE REAL BOOK SPY: "Fast, masterfully-plotted, and rich with vibrant details-everything you want in a thriller . . . and I'll take all the Ben Porter I can get!"


  • Threat Bias is a winner

    By Ralatham83
    Just finished Threat Bias, second novel in author Christopher Rosow’s “Ben Porter” series. Rosow can craft a terrific story that includes plenty of surprises. Like his first novel, “False Assurances”, this one has great characters, both good guys & bad, and several that we are never sure of. Highly recommend this book and author Christopher Rosow.
  • Great read

    By Evredg
    Completes the first story. Well done can’t wait for the next book!
  • Threat Bias

    By Vprinstr
    Engaging, suspenseful, and entertaining. Couldn’t put it down. Sorry that it is over but looking forward to the next adventures of Ben Porter
  • Must Read if you like thrillers

    By Fabricman48
    I’m mad at Rush Limbaugh for talking about Mr. Rosow’s self published books on Thursday May 21st (I think that was the date.) I bought both of his books that same day and started reading the first book on Friday late afternoon. By Sunday evening I had finished reading both books. I did not have the will to put either book down until I finished reading each one, loosing a fair amount of sleep in the process. Not complaining; the stories are that good and fun to read. Highly recommended!!!
  • Threat Bias

    By TJ 0303
    A very well constructed plot with continued emphasis on characters and their interactions.
  • Not Quite as Good

    By Earl T.
    Even better written than the first one...but this one wasn’t quite the page turner that the first one was. So much was so implausible. Still very entertaining! Highly recommend!
  • Threat Bias

    By Clear Thinker
    Well written, fast paced page burner with interesting characters. Very good read
  • Very good

    By southern swan ##
    Could not put down the first novel, False Assurances. While I enjoyed this one, it was a slower start. Loved the development of the characters, the storyline, etc,. Don’t understand how Zimmerman went over his chain of command either. But every book needs a Zimmerman!
  • OMG -thrilling

    By Swanny-Bill
    WOW - Loved this book ...character development and the continuity from book one False Assurances made my day. I want more Ben Porter!
  • Wonderful new writer on the horizon

    Rush Limbaugh talked about this book on his radio show and said he could not put it down. That was all I needed to order it. I could not put it down either....Great plot line and characters made this book a fabulous read. I downloaded the next book and cannot wait for more.