Books by Joseph Koenig

REALLY THE BLUES by Joseph Koenig
Released: Aug. 15, 2014

"Grounding his subtle and complex thriller in rewardingly nuanced characters, Koenig (False Negative, 2012, etc.) creates an atmospheric world and delivers a series of satisfying surprises."
A sweet gig at a Paris jazz club gets bollixed up when the drummer and his gal commit suicide...or was it murder? Read full book review >
BRIDES OF BLOOD by Joseph Koenig
Released: Jan. 1, 1993

"An absorbing mystery, incandescent action, and an Iran locked in nightmare: Salman Rushdie would love this novel."
A Gorky Park-style thriller that's truly frightening—because it's set in today's Iran, which in Koenig's expert hands (Smuggler's Notch, 1988, etc.) unfolds as a modern-day Bedlam run by Muslim fanatics. Read full book review >