Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 34 prickles of august pirouetting into flesh teach my words to dance 2 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Desku: descriptions in haiku form exploring radical minimalism in writing. 2 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 33 heat heavy branches kneel earthward in submission while words make me bow 2 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 31 summer storms of grey gather force at late of day with power poets crave 2 years 8 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 30 flower dappled days colors burst on canvas green so would I my words 2 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 29 lofty words like kites tightly tied to strings of rules longing to fly free 2 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Criku 2 on this a new day though bathed by love's rainbow rays still i see the storm 2 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Criku 2 on this a new day though bathed by love's rainbow rays i still see the storm 2 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Criku rounds of tears explode when will they penetrate hearts like bullets do flesh 2 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 26 like wild weeds of spring beside all the pretty prose my words stake their place 2 years 12 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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  • “The Zodiac Deception is an amazing and ingenious WWII thriller. From the opening set-up to the shocking ending, Gary Kriss carries the reader on a harrowing journey of espionage and intrigue across the war-torn world and up to the highest levels of Nazi power. Vivid, fast moving, beautifully imagined and convincing, this is an epic debut novel.”

    —Douglas Preston, #1 New York Times bestselling co-author of Two Graves

  • "Intriguing ... a World War Two thriller in the grand old style, but with fresh new twists. I loved it."

    —Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author

  • "A refreshingly inventive, exciting WWII thriller. A con artist taught escapes by Houdini, spiritualism tricks by Conan Doyle and Method acting by Stanislavski, his desperate mission takes him from Berlin to Paris to the deserts of North Africa and the intrigues of Cairo. It's unlike anything you've read before."

    —David Morrell, New York Times bestselling author of Murder as a Fine Art