Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 22 hurling all the rules at a work still in progress so is it deadened 2 years 8 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 21 notes that hit or miss stave off the music of words from a tone deaf quill 2 years 8 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 19 Syllables constrain My pen's passionate longing Making it fall short 2 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 18 Melting words like snow Drip from branched lines on paper Forming prose puddles 2 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 17 Wind-fed winter chill Penetrating paragraphs Draining warmth from words 2 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 16 One more log of youth Tossed on the fire of life Smoke borne memories 2 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 13 Pondering a path Through a prose frozen forest What will warm my words 2 years 10 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 11 Pebbled words like beads Strung on link across a page So I wear my soul 2 years 10 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 10 Write light firing bright Ink fueled torch pierce the night Setting dreams aglow 2 years 10 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 9 Inked reed rising write Fence my thoughts and let them grow In different minds 2 years 10 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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  • “The Zodiac Deception offers a fresh and wondrously original take on the old World War II tale.  Gary Kriss's sterling debut mixes magic and mysticism with espionage and derring-do to create a perfect blend of what you'd have if Eye of the Needle met Stephen King on a lighter day.  The story may not be true, but you'll wish it was and believe it too.  Bold, refreshing, and downright terrific.”

    —Jon Land, bestselling author of Pandora's Temple

  • “Flush with fascinating historical details, The Zodiac Deception by Gary Kriss is an exciting spy thriller like no other. For six months in 1942 as war burns across Europe, "Professor David Walker" is undercover with a seemingly impossible mission--trick Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler into assassinating his boss, Adolf Hitler. Fortunately, the professor is much more than he seems. From Berlin to Paris, Cairo to Istanbul, Walker dodges killers, unmasks charlatans, coordinates with the underground, and creates illusions that seem so real Himmler believes them. This is adventure at its best.”

    —Gayle Lynds, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Spies

  • "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