Books by Ken Gross

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: March 1, 2003

"Entertaining, informative, and shrewdly perceptive."
Breezy, upbeat memoir from the impresario who produced Broadway musicals like Guys and Dolls and Can-Can, as well as the film version of Cabaret. Read full book review >
THE TALK SHOW DEFENSE by Ken Gross
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 13, 1997

"A lively tale that packs more than its share of twists before settling into the inevitable mano a mano between Maggie and her prey."
Some people are born to knuckle under. Read full book review >
FULL BLOWN RAGE by Ken Gross
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 1, 1995

"Not as densely imagined as Jack and Bonnie's adventures, but professionally textured and propulsive, with a particularly attractive heroine."
Gross takes time out from his series about ex-cop Jack Mann and weather forecaster Bonnie Hudson (A High Pressure System, 1994, etc.) to introduce a new heroine: Lt. Read full book review >
A HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM by Ken Gross
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 1, 1994

Queens Borough President John Fasio is finally taking the cue from his manipulative assistant Murray Gerber and allowing himself to stand for the New York mayor's job when the current mayor resigns to run for governor. Read full book review >
HELL BENT by Ken Gross
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 1992

"First-rate melodrama, with just enough resonance to make you see how far out past their depth Jack and Bonnie are."
Once upon a time, retired New York cop Jack Mann (Rough Justice, 1991; A Fine Line, 1989) and IRA fellow-traveler Nora Burns had a chance to help themselves to $3 million of Mafia money. Read full book review >

Jack Mann, the decent, fallible NY cop last seen retired in A Fine Line (1989), races in this prequel to save the life of D.A. (and aspiring mayor) Marvin Sanders, who's been put on the spot by Don Daniello Iennello. Read full book review >