Books by Gregory Gibson

THE OLD TURK'S LOAD by Gregory Gibson
Released: April 2, 2013

"An overcaffeinated noir farce enlivened by many cartoon fatalities. Just the thing if you're really stoned and don't have to pass a quiz on the plot."
Several pounds of uncut heroin, derailed from their intended recipient by the 1967 Newark riots, attract the lethal attentions of a motley crew in Gibson's debut thriller. Read full book review >
Released: April 1, 2008

"Artfully developed tale of uncommon people and some photographs once lost."
An antiquarian book dealer explores the nexus of a Times Square dime museum and the art-photo market. Read full book review >
GONE BOY by Gregory Gibson
Released: Oct. 1, 1999

"This book should be seriously considered by education professionals, as well as by violence survivors who might benefit from Gibson's singular odyssey."
A father transforms the attempt to fathom his son's senseless murder into a complex, surprising account of memory and discovery amid dark American corners of insanity, gun violence, and malfeasance. Read full book review >