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Andrew Gross

USA flag (b.1952)

Andrew Gross is the New York Times and internationally bestselling author of No Way Back, Everything to Lose, and One Mile Under. He is also coauthor of several #1 New York Times bestsellers with James Patterson, including Judge & Jury and Lifeguard. His books have been translated into over 25 languages. He lives in Westchester County, New York, with his wife, Lynn. They have three children.

Genres: Mystery, Historical
   The Jester (2003) (with James Patterson)
   The Lifeguard (2005) (with James Patterson)
   Judge and Jury (2006) (with James Patterson)
   The Blue Zone (2007)
   Eyes Wide Open (2011)
     aka Killing Hour
   15 Seconds (2012)
   No Way Back (2013)
   Everything to Lose (2014)
   The One Man (2016)
   The Saboteur (2017)
     aka The Spy
   Button Man (2018)
     aka The Last Brother
   The Fifth Column (2019)
Barry Awards Best Thriller nominee (2017) : The One Man

Andrew Gross recommends
Breathing Water (2009)
(Poke Rafferty, book 3)
Timothy Hallinan
"A twenty-first-century Maltese Falcon laced with Bangkok 8."
Boca Mournings (2010)
(Eddie Perlmutter, book 2)
Steven M Forman
"Part Robert Parker, part Carl Hiaasen, Eddie Perlmutter is a high testosterone, no-nonsense detective with a tender core, and makes turning sixty a carnal, tropical ride."
The Secret Crown (2010)
(Payne and Jones, book 6)
Chris Kuzneski
"A dizzying, thrill-laden chase for treasure."
Submerged (2013)
Cheryl Kaye Tardif
"Reads like an approaching storm, full of darkness, dread and electricity. Prepare for your skin to crawl."
Ice Shear (2014)
(June Lyons, book 1)
M P Cooley
"As chilling as its title, a small-town police story that grows and grows into the bigger themes of power, corruption, and coverup."
Under Water (2017)
(Duck Darley, book 1)
Casey Barrett
"Casey Barrett should find himself in the big pool of crime writers with this deftly conceived, crisply written debut. Slick and brash, with a little New York hip thrown in, it does for competitive swimming what Megan Abbott did for gymnastics, exposing the poison at the heart of a coach's and a family's need to win."
By His Own Hand (2018)
(Newberg, book 3)
Neal Griffin
"A taut, hard-hitting morality play rich with bigthemes: revenge, betrayal and redemption."
Star of the North (2018)
D B John
"A superior thriller…steeped in the intrigue, culture and family of a closed regime."
Wicked River (2018)
Jenny Milchman
"Deliverance, meet Into the Wild. Jenny Milchman knows how to construct a tautly wound, raw-boned thriller that will keep you up like the howl of wolves outside your tent."
Trust But Verify (2018)
Karna Small Bodman
"The reason Trust But Verify feels like it was written by someone 'in the room' is that Karna Bodman was 'in the room.' All too real and bursting with authenticity."
When Hell Struck Twelve (2019)
(Billy Boyle World War II Mystery, book 14)
James R Benn
"Deft, gritty, and real as a howitzer blast."
Purgatory Bay (2020)
(Bleak Harbor, book 2)
Bryan Gruley
"A gripping contemporary story of revenge, with scenes accelerating like heartbeats from the grave to its emotional, pulse-pounding conclusion."
Assassin's Lullaby (2022)
Mark Rubinstein
"Mark Rubinstein is a member of the 'real pro' club when it comes to thrills, reversals, and creating gripping, real-time storylines, and Assassin's Lullaby will only advance his reputation."

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