Books by Lee Goldberg

THE CHASE by Janet Evanovich
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 25, 2014

"Less funny than Evanovich's knockabout Stephanie Plum adventures but less mannered and annoying too: a comfy seriocomic caper just right for beach reading while you wait for the inevitable summer movie."
A second round of unlikely larceny for FBI agent Kate O'Hare and her prey and partner, nonpareil con man Nicolas Fox (The Heist, 2013). Read full book review >
THE HEIST by Janet Evanovich
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 18, 2013

"Amiable international intrigue that's less James Bond than Matt Helm."
The chronicler of Stephanie Plum (Notorious Nineteen, 2012, etc.) teams up with screenwriter Goldberg (Mr. Monk Goes to Germany, 2008, etc.) to kick off a lighthearted new series pairing an FBI agent with the con artist who's been her chronic prey. Read full book review >
MR. MONK GOES TO GERMANY by Lee Goldberg
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 1, 2008

"Monk's antic neurosis may be cute on television, but on the page, it's just silly."
Television's most obsessive-compulsive investigator (Mr. Monk and the Two Assistants, 2007, etc.) de-compensates when his psychiatrist goes to a conference overseas. Read full book review >
MR. MONK AND THE TWO ASSISTANTS by Lee Goldberg
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 3, 2007

"TV veteran Goldberg (Mr. Monk and the Blue Flu, 2007, etc.) enlightens viewers about the shift from sassy brunette assistant to perky blonde, but leaves plenty of other loose ends."
Obsessive-compulsive TV detective Adrian Monk gets double-teamed by past and present assistants into investigating a murder the LAPD think they've solved. Read full book review >
THE MAN WITH THE IRON-ON BADGE by Lee Goldberg
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Oct. 3, 2005

"A grim tale with a disarmingly sweet hero who begins like sad-sack lawyer Stanley Hastings and ends by leaving Travis McGee in the dust."
Veteran TV writer Goldberg (Beyond the Beyond, 1997, etc.) tests a gatehouse security guard to his limits when he agrees to shadow a homeowner's wife. Read full book review >
BEYOND THE BEYOND by Lee Goldberg
Released: March 15, 1997

When a Hollywood studio, as part of its ambition to launch a new TV network, decides to remake a science-fiction series that became a cult hit after cancellation 25 years ago, all hell breaks loose. This time out, ex-cop Charlie Willis (My Gun Has Bullets, 1995, TV writer-producer Goldberg's debut audit of filmdom's ranking grotesques) has what could prove a mission impossible. Read full book review >

MY GUN HAS BULLETS by Lee Goldberg
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 8, 1995

Rewarded with his own television cop show for ``forgetting'' that Esther Radcliffe—beloved, hateful star of TV's popular Miss Agatha series—is the woman who shot him when he pulled her over for speeding to a Neiman-Marcus sale, toothless former Sgt. Read full book review >