Interview with W.E.B. Griffin and William E. Butte...

DEATH AT NUREMBERG: Clandestine Novel Book 4 W.E.B. Griffin and William E. Butterworth IV December 2017 G. P. Putnam’s Sons DEATH AT NUREMBERG by W.E.B. Griffin and William E. Butterworth IV is more than a thriller. These authors have a knack for telling a riveting story that is intertwined with historical facts. It is a reminder of past history and the plot supports how history in many ways is repeating itself. Some of the facts are so incredibly gripping they can make for a thriller in and of themselves. This plot covers the time period when the Nuremberg war trials began with covert intelligence agent Captain James Cronley Jr. having to...

Alex Grecian’s LOST AND GONE FOREVER Reviewe...

LOST AND GONE FOREVER Alex Grecian G. P. Putnam May 17th, 2016 LOST AND GONE FOREVER by Alex Grecian concludes the Murder Squad series. Set in Victorian England it brings to life Jack the Ripper and his ability to thwart capture. Readers should be forewarned that this story will be more understandable if the other two books are read in order. Grecian noted, “There was a real Murder Squad, similar to a homicide unit in America. I wanted to write about the best and most famous detectives in London’s history. I did this by changing names and dates. The Commissioner of Police at the Yard was a real person. Colonel Sir Edward Bradford was larger...

The Alex Grecian Interview

Kate: Congratulations on the upcoming release of LOST AND GONE FOREVER!  This is your 5th book about Scotland Yard’s Murder Squad. What can readers expect from the Murder Squad and Jack the Ripper’s ongoing saga? Alex: This one finally brings Jack’s saga to an end. (He’s disturbingly easy for me to write, which is probably why I kept him around for the three most recent books, but he’s not the most pleasant fellow to have around, so I’m glad to see the back of him now.) Meanwhile, Walter Day hasn’t been himself lately, and Nevil Hammersmith has opened a very unusual detective agency. The Murder Squad series is never the same for me, from...