Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 22 hurling all the rules at a work still in progress so is it deadened 1 year 9 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 1 year 9 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 1 year 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 1 year 10 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 17 Wind-fed winter chill Penetrating paragraphs Draining warmth from words 1 year 10 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 1 year 10 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Wriku 14 Farming for phrases My dull nib pocking parchment And dropping in words 1 year 11 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 1 year 11 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 1 year 11 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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  • “A taut historical thriller. Kriss delivers an action-packed debut as a con man, a film maker and a priest utilize the Nazi's fascination with Occult in a plot to assassinate Hitler.”

    —Lisa Gardner, New York Times bestselling author of Touch and Go

  • "Gary Kriss is a brilliant new talent who has written a literate, complex, historical thriller filled with truly slimy villains, taut nail-biting suspense and snappy good guys you are going to like a lot.  Thanks, Gary, for a terrific fun read!”

    —Stephen Coonts , New York Times bestselling author of Pirate Alley

  • “Gary Kriss makes a powerful debut in the riveting new thriller The Zodiac Deception.  The heavens are aligned to bring you the suspense of World War II - the dangers from Berlin to Paris to Cairo, the scheming of Hitler and his Nazi forces, the strategies of Churchill and his Allies - in a way you've never read about it before.  This is a stunning entry from former NYTimes reporter Kriss, from its haunting opening to its very last line.”

     —Linda Fairstein, New York Times bestselling author of Silent Mercy