Books by Norman Green

THE LAST GIG by Norman Green
Released: Jan. 20, 2009

"She fights like a Valkyrie, loves hard, runs scared at times, stands tall when it matters, is sexy, endearing and just about the freshest heroine to enhance genre fiction in forever. Don't miss her."
In this sizzling latest from Green (Dead Cat Bounce, 2006, etc.), a Latina street kid turned shamus goes after an Irish mobster turned traitor. Read full book review >
DEAD CAT BOUNCE by Norman Green
Released: Aug. 1, 2006

"High-octane entertainment from an author who understands wonderfully well the unfailing relationship between sustaining suspense and making you care about his characters."
Stoney, Fat Tommy and Tuco, who sizzled in Green's debut (Shooting Dr. Jack, 2001), are back in a torrid sequel. Read full book review >
WAY PAST LEGAL by Norman Green
Released: June 1, 2004

"Green (The Angel of Montague Street, 2003, etc.) brings us a fresh, thoroughly entertaining slant on single parenting."
Twists on top of twists when a really good cat burglar tries to become a really good dad. Read full book review >
Released: May 12, 2003

"As in his dark debut, Shooting Dr. Jack (2001), Green presents a cast of folks who talk like Elmore Leonard but live in a reeking urban hell right out of George P. Pelecanos—along with their sense of grim fatalism in the face of impossible odds."
An Army veteran returns to a Brooklyn Heights stewpot that makes his recent tour of Vietnam look like a cakewalk. Read full book review >
SHOOTING DR. JACK by Norman Green
Released: Sept. 1, 2001

"An indelibly etched mood piece for readers who don't insist that every action needs to provoke an equal and opposite reaction."
A Brooklyn junkyard is the center of this first novel's hopeless universe of dully endangered crooks. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 1, 1992

"Illustrations not seen. (Nonfiction. 10+)"
The author of The Dolphins and Me (1989) and other true-life sea adventures does it again. ``Before Nero bit me, I had no particular opinions on the subject of sea lions,'' he begins, quickly engaging readers with the details of his work as a diver at Marine World Africa USA and the care and training of George, a giant sea lion. Read full book review >