Books by E.J. Gorman

SENATORIAL PRIVILEGE by E.J. Gorman
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 1, 1997

"Unlike that much darker Cedar Rapids native Ed Gorman, E.J. gives every single character exactly what he or she deserves."
Throat-clutching man-on-the-run melodrama that subordinates the D.C. types of the title to Gorman's beloved small-town Iowa. Read full book review >
THE FIRST LADY by E.J. Gorman
Released: Dec. 1, 1995

"Significantly unmoored from any sort of reality, but with so sensational a parody of the Washington circus that it doesn't matter."
The undisputed king of the one-sentence paragraph and the speed-merchant plot delivers yet another successful thriller (The Marilyn Tapes, 1995, etc.), this time featuring a gaggle of characters yanked from the headlines and a resourceful First Lady as heroine. Read full book review >
THE MARILYN TAPES by E.J. Gorman
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Jan. 1, 1995

"Deliciously slick."
Mystery veteran Gorman (Blood Moon, p. 666, etc.) sprays hot lead from the hip in this punchy historical thriller about a wild race to claim the secret recordings of the Blondest Hollywood Babylonian. Read full book review >