Books by Mike Gray

Released: Jan. 1, 2003

"If you weren't already suspicious of the 'war on drugs' and this collection fails to dissuade you, then you probably work for the DEA."
Writers from a broad political spectrum assemble their voices to clobber the pathetic, irresponsible, and murderous war on drugs. Read full book review >
Released: June 1, 1998

"Gray's analysis is, of course, controversial. It is, however, argued eloquently and persuasively, and deserves a hearing."
Dispatches from the war on drugs from author (Angle of Attack, 1992), screenwriter (The China Syndrome), and filmmaker (The Murder off Fred Hampton) Gray. His conclusion: We're losing. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 1992

"A breathtaking ride, with an ideal mix of human interest and technical detail, that burns almost as brightly as Tom Wolfe's The Right Stuff."
Rip-roaring history of the Apollo Project, which brought men to the moon in 1969, recounted at full-turbo power by screenwriter Gray (The China Syndrome, 1979; coauthor, The Warning, 1982). Read full book review >