Andrew Gross’ THE SABOTEUR Reviewed Aug29

Andrew Gross’ THE SABOTEUR Reviewed

The Saboteur  Minotaur Pub Aug 22nd, 2017 The One Man and The Saboteur, the latest books of Andrew Gross, are a departure from his usual writing genre. Instead of writing thrillers with storylines of criminal activity he has ventured into the historical novel field. Yet, his writing style has not completely changed with these two plots in that they both are thrilling and gripping. The characters must find solutions to their dilemma, and the stories affect the readers’ heart. The One Man, released last year with the paperback version coming out soon, is a story about guilt, survival, and heroism. Yet, having the main setting in the Auschwitz...

Andrew Gross Interview about THE ONE MAN

Interview with Andrew Gross Jon Jordan: Andrew, what was the genesis of Nathan Blum and the story you’ve told with him? Andrew Gross: My father-in-law came to this country in April of 1939, six months before the war. He never knew the fates of any of his family. As it turned out, he was the only one in his entire family to survive. He never talked about his life back in Poland. My wife knew nothing of her family history, even of her own grandparents. Like a lot of survivors, he carried a mantle of sadness and guilt around with him his whole life, never sharing what it was from. During the war he signed up to fight for his new country, and...

ONE MILE UNDER by Andrew Gross

ONE MILE UNDER Andrew Gross Harper Collins April 7, 2015 One Mile Under by Andrew Gross is a thriller and mystery all rolled into one with the long-awaited return of Ty Hauck. On the surface it is a murder mystery, a “who done it,” but there is also the interesting aspects of energy independence. The plot will remind readers of Old West stories when farmers battled over land rights. As with most of Gross’ books there is the feature of how someone’s life can change in a brief moment. The plot pits farmers against an energy company supporting fracking that needs the town’s water rights. But there is more to this struggle when Colorado...

EVERYTHING TO LOSE by Andrew Gross

EVERYTHING TO LOSE Andrew Gross 2014 William Morrow Thriller is a word that is thrown around a lot these days as it has become a favorite of marketing folks (just like noir). What Andrew gross is writing truly is a thriller. He’s got pacing and a sense of urgency running through his books like fire follows gasoline. In EVERYTHING TO LOSE he sets up a wonderful story with Hilary Cantor in what starts out as a blessing is disguise only to discover she may have cursed herself. Hilary’s life has taken a bad turn lately, due in large part to a husband who walks out on her and their son who is suffering from Asperger’s. By sheer chance she...

EVERYTHING TO LOSE by Andrew Gross Apr15

EVERYTHING TO LOSE by Andrew Gross

EVERYTHING TO LOSE Andrew Gross April 22nd 2014 William Morrow Thriller is a word that is thrown around a lot these days as it has become a favorite of marketing folks (just like noir). What Andrew gross is writing truly is a thriller. He’s got pacing and a sense of urgency running through his books like fire follows gasoline. In EVERYTHING TO LOSE he sets up a wonderful story with Hilary Cantor in what starts out as a blessing is disguise only to discover she may have cursed herself. Hilary’s life has taken a bad turn lately, due in large part to a husband who walks out on her and their son who is suffering from Asperger’s. By sheer chance...