Gross, Andrew

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The One Man

The success of Gross's suspenseful novel about an elaborate plot to break an influential atomic scientist out of Auschwitz demonstrates that wartime thrillers still hold strong appeal for readers...
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Button Man

Neither thriller nor mystery, this is a big departure from Gross's past work and may strain the loyalty of his many fans. But historical fiction fans will be drawn in by the details of the author's own family history in the garment industry. [See Prepub Alert, 3/26/18.]
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The One Man

Gross's stand-alone page-turner is a perfect combination of thriller and historical fiction. Readers come to care about the characters' fates as the suspense and tension build. (LJ 6/1/16)
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The Saboteur

Highly recommended for thriller fans as well as lovers of historical fiction based on true events. [See Prepub Alert, 3/13/17.]
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The One Man

World War II is a popular historical setting, and Gross, known for his collaborations with James Patterson, knows how to spin a compelling tale. He'll revisit World War II in this story's follow-up, The Saboteur, set for an August release. (Xpress Reviews, 7/22/16)
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The One Man

: Gross has written 14 best-selling thrillers, five of them with James Patterson. Here he skillfully mixes his own Jewish ties with historical figures, vividly delineating the horrors of the camps through his characters' experiences. The emotional heartaches are counterpointed by plot twists that maintain high suspense through to the very end. This is a first-rate tale from a real pro who here takes a different direction from his previous work.
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15 Seconds

Fans of Michael Connelly, David Baldacci, Karin Slaughter, and Harlen Coben will enjoy this title. [“With its rising body count and nonstop action that builds to a harrowing climax, this is an adrenaline-fueled ride, with special appeal for fans of Gross and (James) Patterson,” read the review of the Morrow hc, LJ 6/15/12.—Ed.]
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Eyes Wide Open

Jay's older brother, Charlie, wandered west during the Sixties and fell under the influence of a dangerous, cultlike figure whose teachings led to violence...
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