Books by Andrew Gross

BUTTON MAN by Andrew Gross
Released: Sept. 18, 2018

"A highly satisfying story of family loyalty, persistence, courage, and crime."
A businessman resists the mob in a novel that spans most of the 20th century. Read full book review >
THE SABOTEUR by Andrew Gross
Released: Aug. 22, 2017

"A terrific story filled with tension and surprises right to the end. That's two World War II winners in a row for Gross (The One Man, 2016, etc.)."
A suspenseful World War II thriller based on actual events. Read full book review >
THE ONE MAN by Andrew Gross
Released: Aug. 23, 2016

"This is Gross' best work yet, with his heart and soul imprinted on every page."
The author of One Mile Under (2015) changes genres with a heart-pounding thriller set in the bowels of Auschwitz. Read full book review >
ONE MILE UNDER by Andrew Gross
Released: April 7, 2015

"A good tale that will have thriller readers looking for the next Ty Hauck adventure."
An enjoyable thriller that wades into Western water rights and deals with the devil. Read full book review >
Released: April 22, 2014

"A tightly wound, realistic thriller."
Best-selling author Gross' (No Way Back, 2013, etc.) latest is a hard-driving caper that chronicles the trials of a suburban divorcée seduced by temptation. Read full book review >
NO WAY BACK by Andrew Gross
Released: April 2, 2013

"Will appeal to thriller fans."
The latest from Gross (15 Seconds, 2012, etc.). Read full book review >
15 SECONDS by Andrew Gross
Released: July 10, 2012

"Fans of the genre will love this one. It's a fast, fun read with crisp dialogue and a tight plot. If you're a bedtime reader, you might as well plan on staying up late, because you'll be itching to learn how it ends."
A taut thriller from Gross (Eyes Wide Open, 2011, etc.) about misplaced vengeance. Read full book review >
EYES WIDE OPEN by Andrew Gross
Released: July 1, 2011

Nothing is evil if it's done out of love. Such is the mantra of a convicted murderer's cult followers. A troubled teenager falls from a cliff, an apparent suicide. But why would the boy remove one sneaker before jumping? And where is that sneaker? Evan Erlich's distraught father Charlie is convinced that Evan did not kill himself even though the family had serious internal conflicts. Charlie himself had once led a drug-addled life, and he and his wife Gabby depend on others for their support. Narrator Jay Erlich is Evan's brother and a successful physician with a loving wife and family and far better circumstances in life. He is drawn deeply into a tangle of fear in which Evan's death is only the beginning. Jay initially seeks to comfort his brother and sister-in-law over their son's death, but like any good hero he asks too many questions and never knows when to quit. He crosses paths with Susan Pollack, who has just been released from prison after more than 30 years. Her lover, Russell Houvnanian, is an unrepentant killer with a magnetic personality and a long memory. Houvnanian lingers forever in a super-max prison at California's Pelican Bay and rarely even sees daylight. What can these people possibly have to do with poor Evan or with the other victims who turn up? And what about the eyes carved into the bodies? Trouble piles on trouble, and absolutely no one is safe, even when it seems that no more disasters can happen. Read full book review >
THE BLUE ZONE by Andrew Gross
Released: May 1, 2007

"A sensationalistic thriller whose credibility is, by the end, strained to the snapping point. "
Digging too deep for family skeletons proves perilous for a young woman searching for her disappeared father. Read full book review >