Books by David L. Robbins

David L. Robbins is also the author of Souls to Keep. A former attorney and freelance writer, he now writes full-time in Richmond, Virginia.


BROKEN JEWEL by David L. Robbins
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 1, 2009

"A remarkable story, brilliantly told."
Japan faces defeat in the Philippines, and some 2,000 American internees face mass murder in another blend of fact and fiction from master alchemist Robbins (The Betrayal Game, 2008, etc.). Read full book review >
THE BETRAYAL GAME by David L. Robbins
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 5, 2008

"With so much betraying going on, the author finds himself forced to explain and explicate at length, generating the kind of yada-yada that stops a suspense novel dead in its tracks. Robbins (The Assassins Gallery, 2006, etc.) has done better work."
It's 1961, the Bay of Pigs is just around the corner and suddenly Havana is hit-man heaven. Read full book review >
THE ASSASSINS GALLERY by David L. Robbins
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 2006

"A solid, satisfying treat for the armchair historian."
Robbins (Liberation Road, 2005, etc.) again concocts an ingenious suspense thriller around the momentous events of WWII. This time, a foreign assassin stalks President Roosevelt. Read full book review >
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 4, 2005

"Once again, Robbins (Last Citadel, 2003, etc.)—emerging as the Homer of WWII—re-creates the mighty drama in all its deadly beauty."
In the seven months after Omaha Beach, a lot of WWII was in the hands of the wild and crazy guys who drove the Red Ball Express. Read full book review >
LAST CITADEL by David L. Robbins
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 2, 2003

"Some interesting characters and compelling set pieces, but from this talented storyteller (Scorched Earth, 2002, etc.), it's a slow-moving disappointment, impeded by all that tank lore."
The last WWII battle between the Russians and the Germans produced a crescendo of death and destruction—and, now, a surprisingly flat novel. Read full book review >
SCORCHED EARTH by David L. Robbins
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 2, 2002

"Robbins (The End of the War, 2000, etc.) is an able storyteller, but this time out the overactive plot twists away from him."
Elijah Waddell is black, Clare Epps white. Read full book review >
THE END OF WAR by David L. Robbins
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 8, 2000

"Brilliant storytelling by an author who continues to grow and impress (War of the Rats, 1999, etc.), and who, here, seems in absolute control of his material."
A deeply felt antiwar suspenser about the savagery preceding the fall of Hitler's Berlin. Read full book review >
SOULS TO KEEP by David L. Robbins
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 1998

"That Robbins can write as gauzily as an angel when he wants to is perfectly clear, even though, like F. Scott Fitzgerald with his lesser magazine stories, he heedlessly weaves merit and the meretricious into one spool of paradisial yard goods. (Film rights to Regency Films)"
Compelling debut fantasy, modeled in part on two famed romantic ghost movies. Read full book review >