Books by Robert Moss

THE INTERPRETER by Robert Moss
Released: March 25, 1997

"That's something you don't mess with'')."
A talky tract that's less historical novel than deadly earnest brief for the previously unheralded notion that the settlement of America's Middle Colonies owed much to a sort of psychic friends network. Read full book review >
THE FIREKEEPER by Robert Moss
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 1, 1995

"An action-packed tribute to the roles that women, and Native American spiritual traditions, have played in American history."
Moss (Fire Along the Sky, 1992, etc.) combines American history with Mohawk culture for a sometimes forced, slow-moving account of life on the Hudson River during the French and Indian Wars. Read full book review >
FIRE ALONG THE SKY by Robert Moss
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 20, 1992

"Tom Jones as The Deerslayer."
A handsome young Irishman with theatrical leanings abandons the delights of George III's London to follow a melancholic friend to the Colonies, where he visits a kinsman and the restless Mohawks in upstate New York. Read full book review >
MEXICO WAY by Robert Moss
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 28, 1991

"Original, horrifying, extremely entertaining, and certainly no stranger than any of the bungled real-life geopolitics of the past 20 years."
Moss, who sometimes teams with Arnaud de Borchgrave (Monimbo, 1983) and sometimes doesn't (Death Beam, 1981), cooks up a Tex-Mex thriller about secession and oil rights and dirty politics on both sides of the Rio Grande in which the hero is, of all things, a decent CIA officer. Read full book review >