Books by John Case

John Case is the pseudonym of an award-winning investigative reporter and the author of the New York Times bestseller The Genesis Code and The First Horseman, as well as two nonfiction books about the U.S. intelligence community. He lives in Afton, Virgin


THE MURDER ARTIST by John Case
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 12, 2004

"It's all in the telling, and Case does it just right: no clue, moment, or character unturned."
Searching for his kidnapped twin sons, a TV journalist follows an eerie trail. Read full book review >
THE EIGHTH DAY by John Case
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Dec. 1, 2002

"A standard come-to-realize, run-like-hell plot (consult your Collected Alfred Hitchcock), but Case, who writes so very well, keeps it all at a merry boil."
Briskly paced thriller from Case (The Syndrome, 2001, etc.), with high-tech gadgetry, old-fashioned melodrama, and much ado about "gray goo." Read full book review >
THE SYNDROME by John Case
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 1, 2001

"Strip off the biomedical razzle-dazzle, and what's left is old-hat megalomaniac melodrama."
Husband-and-wife writing team Jim and Carolyn Hougan have done good work under the Case pseudonym (The First Horseman, 1998, etc.), but they stumble here with an overlong thriller about brain implants and other mind-boggling developments. Read full book review >
THE FIRST HORSEMAN by John Case
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 30, 1998

"Far more realistic than Stephen King's superflu in The Stand."
Superchilling tale of the Spanish Flu's revival (which killed 20 to 30 million people in 1918)from the pseudonymous Case (the well-received biotech thriller The Genesis Code, 1997). Read full book review >
NON-FICTION
Released: March 1, 1992

"An instructive and encouraging overview that submits that the nation's business glass may be well over half full."
A journalist's persuasive brief for the intriguing proposition that American business has taken a turn for the better over the past couple of decades. Read full book review >