Books by Larry Beinhart

Released: Sept. 15, 2008

"Too top-heavy with unassimilated questions to work as a novel of ideas, with a mystery whose solution is too obvious for a genre piece, Beinhart's overheated curiosity still delivers many pleasures from both genres."
A born-again Christian private eye's faith is shaken to the core when he takes the case of the Muslim student suspected of killing his atheist professor. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 1, 2005

"Past Moyers and Dean, beyond Moore, is an assault against the administration, not for the faint of heart or those who miss The Alien and Sedition Act of yesteryear."
Clearly, America is in serious trouble—it's a coalition of the misinformed, and the fault lies largely with the media. The indictment this time is not against the perceived liberal press. Now it comes from the left, delivered by the irate author of the novel American Hero (1993), which was made into the 1997 film Wag the Dog. Read full book review >
THE LIBRARIAN by Larry Beinhart
Released: Oct. 1, 2004

"Voters in the blue states will find it all irresistible, along with readers from sea to shining sea."
Just in time for Election Day, Beinhart, re-enlisting in the liberal ranks of Michael Moore, Nicholson Baker, and The Manchurian Candidate, serves up a barn-burning political thriller complete with recipes for how to steal a presidential election. Read full book review >
AMERICAN HERO by Larry Beinhart
Released: Oct. 12, 1993

"What a terrific movie this book is never, ever going to make."
The creator of the Tony Cassella p.i. stories (Foreign Exchange, etc.) turns to political satire with a breathtakingly nasty premise: Operation Desert Storm was not only staged for TV but was a piece of Hollywood entertainment drafted and choreographed by filmmakers. Read full book review >
FOREIGN EXCHANGE by Larry Beinhart
Released: Sept. 1, 1991

"This'll burn away the night."
Edgar-winner Beinhart's third suspenser about p.i. Read full book review >