Books by Paul Grossman

BROTHERHOOD OF FEAR by Paul Grossman
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 18, 2014

"Read it, then hope Grossman writes more about Willi in Paris. He has plenty of time before the Nazis arrive."
Another richly painted Willi Kraus thriller, in which a mundane assignment goes horribly wrong. Read full book review >
CHILDREN OF WRATH by Paul Grossman
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 1, 2012

"To call this book enjoyable or satisfying feels wrong, because the deeds are so ugly. But it's terrifying and worthy. Human nature has never looked so raw."
A thriller set in early 1930s Berlin. People who can't bear to read about violence toward children should skip this book; those with sensitive stomachs may want to look elsewhere, too. Read full book review >
THE SLEEPWALKERS by Paul Grossman
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 1, 2010

"A solid thriller set amid riveting historical events in the seedy underbelly of a city—and a world—slowly going mad."
In Grossman's debut novel, a Jewish cop in 1932 Berlin hunts the perpetrators of a grotesque crime, against a backdrop of political turmoil. Read full book review >