Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Next Holy Commandment: Thou shall not covet thy neighbor’s point of view but cleave only unto the one thou hast chosen. 4 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Today's Sacred Commandment for , one of ten: I am the Verb. Thou shall have no adverbs before Me. 4 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Nice Q&A with on at http://t.co/pLTLSNEs1d. Thompson, O'Connor, Cain, Marquez... . Forget heart. The Boss has a hungry head. 4 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Another Sacred Commandment: Thou shall about what thou knows with the possible exception of thy neighbor's wife. 4 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow For : The 10 inviolable Commandments recorded in all sacred ? I'll start:Thou shall not tell, but show. Your turn. 4 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Sitting in my favorite coffee shop working on it right now, Pete. 4 years 8 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Hey, Pete, sorry for the delayed response. Thanks much for the kind words. They're greatly appreciated. Next one in progress. 4 years 10 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow Heading for banquet to mingle with the masters. In the immortal words of the great Wayne & Garth . . . 4 years 11 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow and an 11 year-old comes in wearing Glass so I try it. Tell it to finish my next but it won't. Just saved $2000! 4 years 11 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Gary Kriss @garykrisswrites Follow and an 11 year-old comes in wearing Glass so I try it. Tell it to finish my next but it won't. Just saved $2000! 4 years 11 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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  • "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

  • "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

  • “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