Books by Gregg Andrew Hurwitz

TROUBLESHOOTER by Gregg Andrew Hurwitz
Released: Sept. 1, 2005

"Competently written and plotted, but it's the righteously resolute Rackley you pay your money for, and he doesn't disappoint."
Rackley rides again (The Kill Clause, 2003, etc.) in a first-rate thriller about bikers gone bad. Read full book review >
THE KILL CLAUSE by Gregg Andrew Hurwitz
Released: Aug. 19, 2003

"A brilliant beginning goes draggy and rhetoric-impeded. Hurwitz (Minutes to Burn, 2001, etc.), wanting to write a novel of ideas that's also a fast-paced thriller, gets hung up between the two, as have many other good writers before him."
Lawman father of a murdered child turns vigilante: a near-miss thriller about revenge and redemption. Read full book review >
MINUTES TO BURN by Gregg Andrew Hurwitz
Released: Aug. 1, 2001

"Vivid cast, engrossing story. Hurwitz (The Tower, 1999) demonstrates once again that he's a thriller writer to be reckoned with."
Navy SEALs go to the Galápagos to battle anything that moves in a rousing actioner reminiscent of Jurassic Park, The Dirty Dozen, Lord of the Flies, and maybe even Beowulf. Read full book review >
THE TOWER by Gregg Andrew Hurwitz
Released: April 1, 1999

"A breezy, funny first outing whose manically cornball dialogue, gross-out brutality, and preposterous action scenes aim low, shoot lower, and hit the target every time."
Sucker-punching, tongue-in-cheek debut psychokiller tale that spoofs, and tops, the hyper-violent Hollywood genre films that have inspired it. Read full book review >