- Category 7 by Bill Evans (2007)
- Hurricane Simone is a Category 7 - the biggest, strongest storm in recorded history. When she hits New York City, skyscrapers will fall. Subways and tunnels will flood. Lower Manhattan and much of Queens and Brooklyn will disappear under more than thirty feet of water. However, Simone isn't natural.
- The Breathtaker by Alice Blanchard (2003)
- Award-winning author Alice Blanchard delivers the must-read literary thriller of the year - a twister of a tale about a detective trying to outwit a killer - and Mother Nature - in Tornado Alley.
- Acts of Nature by Jonathon King (2007)
- Craving some quiet time together, Max Freeman and Detective Sherry Richards retreat to Max's shack deep in the Florida Everglades. No television. No cell phones. No neighbors. It seems like the perfect getaway until a violent hurricane rips through South Florida, obliterating everything in its path. And that is just the beginning of the nightmare.
- Storm Track by Margaret Maron (2000)
- The residents of Colleton County, North Carolina, must contend with dual threats: Hurricane Fran, gearing up offshore, and the presence of a nasty murderer in their midst.
- Rebel Island by Rick Riordan (2007)
- Enjoying his honeymoon at a Gulf Coast island resort, Tres Navarre finds his peaceful sojourn turning deadly when a U.S. Marshal is found murdered, the island is wracked by a hurricane, and he discovers that a desperate fugitive killer is on the island .
- Richter 10 by Arthur C. Clarke (1996)
- From the New York Times bestselling author of Rama Revealed comes a thrilling new collaborative novel of the race to avert a massive earthquake: the apocalyptic "big one" that threatens to send California sliding off into the Pacific Ocean.
- Fault Line by Sarah Andrews (2002)
- Forensic geologist Em Hansen plans to take advantage of being on site when an earthquake hits Salt Lake City. Unfortunately, the FBI wants her to investigate the murder of a state-employed geologist that occurs immediately after the disaster.
- Pompeii: a novel by Robert Harris (2003)
- When the aqueduct that brings fresh water to thousands of people around the bay of Naples fails, Roman engineer Marius Primus heads to the slopes of Mount Vesuvius to investigate, only to come face to face with an impending catastrophe.
- Maelstrom by Peter Watts (2001)
- A massive tidal wave in the Pacific Northwest causes millions of deaths, yet one woman emerges from the ocean and begins an eerie journey of revenge and salvation. As scientists attempt to discover her identity and her motivation, people begin dying from unknown causes.
- 8.4 by Peter Hernon (1999)
- A cataclysmic moment in American history is about to repeat itself in this white-knuckle disaster thriller. Signs point to a contemporary recurrence of the devastating earthquakes that, in 1811 and 1812, ripped through the New Madrid Fault Zone, 140 miles of American heartland along the Mississippi River.
- The Elevator by Angela Elvell Hunt (2007)
- In the path of a devastating hurricane, three very different women find themselves trapped in the elevator of a high-rise office building. All three conceal shattering secrets -- unaware that their secrets center on the same man.
- Category 5 by T.J. MacGregor (2005)
- A monster of a hurricane takes aim at the Florida coast. As thousands evacuate Tango Key, three escaped convicts are searching for a place to hide and ride out the storm - and they've found the perfect spot.
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