Books by Gary Braver

TUNNEL VISION by Gary Braver
Released: June 1, 2011

"An original story that may not be everyone's cup of tea. It's at times a disturbing and difficult read, but the well-paced final segment will please adrenaline junkies."
From Braver, a novelist unafraid to amp up the creepiness, a disquieting glimpse at science's efforts to prove there is indeed life after death. Read full book review >
FLASHBACK by Gary Braver
Released: Oct. 1, 2005

"Another promising premise scuttled by the need for manufactured thrills."
Man gets stung by rare jellyfish, then sucked into a pharmaceutical conspiracy—ah, modern medicine. Read full book review >
GRAY MATTER by Gary Braver
Released: Oct. 1, 2002

"A solid enough performer but unlikely to win the author many new fans."
Medical thriller with an abundance of preaching—and a blessed lack of typical plot machinations. Read full book review >
ELIXIR by Gary Braver
Released: April 1, 2000

"Too much happens to too many people over the course of too many years. After the third or fourth climax, the thrill is gone."
The discovery of a potion that reverses aging and prolongs life leads all-too expectedly to tragedy in this overstuffed, slow-to-develop thriller. Read full book review >