Books by Robert J. Mrazek

Robert J. Mrazek is a navy veteran and former congressman from the North Shore of Long Island. While in Washington, he authored a number of pieces of landmark legislation. Since his retirement from Congress, Mrazek has served on the boards of several comp


DEAD MAN'S BRIDGE by Robert J. Mrazek
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 8, 2017

"Mrazek's (The Bone Hunters, 2015, etc.) gritty, vulnerable sleuth is a compelling protagonist whose first-person narration is punchy and lucid. An auspicious series debut."
College officials try to block the investigation of a campus crime, but a dogged security officer can't turn his back. Read full book review >
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Dec. 8, 2008

"Despite the lowbrow historiography, an admirable addition to the histories of air battles that turned the tide against the Japanese."
Satisfying though excessively popularized history of the bomber group that, legend has it, won the Battle of Midway. Read full book review >
DEADLY EMBRACE by Robert J. Mrazek
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 6, 2006

"Confident, readable and pleasingly busy entertainment, flavored with a dash of disenchantment."
In war-scarred London as the Allies prepare to invade Europe, an intrepid American female investigator tackles low crime in high places. Read full book review >
UNHOLY FIRE by Robert J. Mrazek
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 2003

"Tautly gripping, with vividly malevolent characters and some excellent historical color."
A Civil War whodunit by former US congressman and second-novelist Mrazek (Stonewall's Gold, 1999) describes a combat veteran's 1863 quest for a prostitute's murderer. Read full book review >
STONEWALL'S GOLD by Robert J. Mrazek
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 1, 1999

"A gripping, well-researched, and vivid debut."
This first novel by ex-Congressman Mrazek is a deft and fast-paced historical adventure, involving a ragtag group of villains, double agents, and a tough-minded young hero and heroine contending for a cache of gold. Read full book review >