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Alex Grecian

After leaving a career in advertising, working on accounts that included Harley-Davidson and The Great American Smokeout, Alex returned to his first love: writing fiction. He created the long-running and critically acclaimed graphic novel series Proof, which NPR named one of the best books of 2009. The series stars John “Proof” Prufock, a special-agent-sasquatch.Alex has also designed over 80 typefaces. He currently lives in the Midwest with his wife and son. And a cat. And a tarantula.

Genres: Historical Mystery, Horror, Mystery
New Books
September 2023

Red Rabbit
Scotland Yard's Murder Squad
   1. The Yard (2012)
   2. The Black Country (2013)
   2.5. The Blue Girl (2013)
   3. The Devil's Workshop (2014)
   4. The Harvest Man (2015)
   5. Lost and Gone Forever (2016)
   Saint of Wolves and Butchers (2018)
     aka The Wolf
   Red Rabbit (2023)
Graphic Novels
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Novellas and Short Stories
   One Eye Open (2022)
Dilys Awards Best Book nominee (2014) : The Black Country

Alex Grecian recommends
Knock Knock, Open Wide (2023)
Neil Sharpson
"Genuinely terrifying, the sort of book you shut away in the freezer at night so it won't come looking for you. That is, if you can put it down. Knock Knock, Open Wide deservedly places Neil Sharpson at the front rank of modern horror writers. Open wide, if you dare, and read."
Murder at Midnight (2023)
(Lily Adler Mystery, book 4)
Katharine Schellman
"A perfect London crime paced expertly researched, and into intricatley plotted."
M, King's Bodyguard (2021)
Niall Leonard
"Niall Leonard expertly evokes time and place, and makes it all seem so effortless I suspect he has a time machine in his attic. M, King's Bodyguard mixes equal parts intrigue and suspense, and will keep you up all night reading."
Murder at the Mena House (2020)
(Jane Wunderly Mystery, book 1)
Erica Ruth Neubauer
"Murder at the Mena House is impossible to put down. A pitch-perfect mystery, with an exotic locale, and an unforgettable main character I hope to encounter again in future books. Erica Neubauer has created one of the most impressive debut novels I've read."
The Devil Aspect (2019)
Craig Russell
"Deep, dark, and twisty, The Devil Aspect will keep you up all night reading . . . With all the lights on. Russell has created a gripping masterpiece of a thriller!"
The Pattern of Fear (2014)
(Garrett Reilly, book 1)
Drew Chapman
"Breakneck pace pulls you in from the first page."

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