Books by Jim DeBrosse

NON-FICTION
Released: April 27, 2004

"Good stuff for those interested in cryptography and WWII-era military intelligence."
A hitherto unwritten chapter in WWII history, in which the worlds of cloak and dagger and geekdom collide. Read full book review >
SOUTHERN CROSS by Jim DeBrosse
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 17, 1994

"Perfect for readers who can't afford their own winter cruise: It even supplies tropical breezes."
What better way for Cincinnati reporter Rick Decker (Hidden City, 1991, etc.) to recuperate from his breakup with long-term girlfriend Janet (they'd been on the skids ever since he displayed cowardice during a canoeing accident) than to go undercover with his photographer, Rebo Johnson, on the windjammer from which local heir Justin Grammer has just disappeared? Read full book review >
HIDDEN CITY by Jim DeBrosse
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 19, 1991

"A better-than-average airplane book that deftly interweaves the scourge of the Middle Ages with tribal lore and the current obsession for land-grabbing."
Rick Decker, crusading reporter on the Cincinnati Eagle (The Serpentine Wall, 1988), now tackles the bubonic plague—and almost succumbs to it himself. Read full book review >