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James Grady

USA flag (b.1949)

aka James Dalton, Brit Shelby

James Grady has published more than a dozen novels, a handful of short stories, and worked in both feature films and television. His first novel, Six Days of the Condor, was made into a classic Robert Redford movie. Grady's been both U.S. Senate aide and a national investigative reporter. Grady's writing honors include France's Grand Prix du Roman Noir (2001) and Italy's Raymond Chandler Medal (2003). He has two children, lives with his wife inside Washington, D.C.'s beltway.

Genres: Mystery, Thriller
The Great Pebble Affair (1976) (as by Brit Shelby)
Catch the Wind (1980)
Steeltown (1988)
River of Darkness (1991)
     aka The Nature of the Game
Thunder (1994)
White Flame (1996)
City of Shadows (2000) (as by James Dalton)
Mad Dogs (2006)
James Grady recommends
The Extinction Event (2015)
David Black
"Vivid and enthralling...a rival John Grisham."
Vern in the Heat (2016)
Rob Pierce
"Rob Pierce is one of the more imaginative literary voices in our new emerging era of noir."
The Second Girl (2016)
(Frank Marr, book 1)
David Swinson
"David Swinson steps into the mean streets of American fiction with an unforgettable character, Frank Marr, and that journey takes readers into realities most people never see. The Second Girl is a non-stop drive through American crime, punishment and even an alley or two of justice. It's bracing to see fiction created by an author who paid his dues to learn our hidden truths."
The Consultant (2018)
(Jonathan Hunter Thriller, book 1)
Tj O'Connor
"Tj O'Connor is that rare thriller writer with both talent and street time in the worlds he rockets us readers through. O'Connor’s stories will pull you in and race you through plots that come from behind the headlines in our crazy world."
Record Scratch (2018)
(Trevor Galloway, book 2)
J J Hensley
"Hensley goes beyond cliches to the heart of his fictions and his characters, delivers stories worth your time."

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