More About the Author
David Grace's first novel, "The Chocolate Spy", (under the name David Alexander) was published in hard cover 1978 and in paperback in 1980. Since then he has written thirteen more novels, almost entirely in the area of crime fiction.
Some of his favorite crime novels are "The Concrete Kiss", "Shooting Crows At Dawn", "Doll's Eyes", "Easy Target", "True Faith" and "Stolen Angel".
Most of his books fall into the broad categories of police procedurals, detective stories, serial-killer novels, and action and suspense thrillers. Almost none are puzzle, whodonit stories. Rather, most of his novels are based on a strong emotional foundation, fleeing killers, disappeared children, courageous heroes and vicious criminals.
"The Concrete Kiss" earned a Kirkus Reviews "Critic's Pick"
"Set in the modern day, this straightforward, fast-paced detective novel cages a truly twisted villain."
"The reader is thrust into a page-turning, clever narrative that continually morphs from police procedural, thriller, courtroom drama, and gritty evaluation of a serial rapist and killer."
"...the relentless pace allows for little introspection."
"Grace relishes the accurate and disturbing details, providing top-quality entertainment...."
"...a relentless story."
"Well-written, engaging and sure to keep you up."
--- Kirkus Reviews
Kirkus Reviews said this about "Shooting Crows At Dawn":
"Revenge and justice burn across Texas in this gripping, grisly shootout."
His crime short stories have been published in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and he shares the story credit on The Outer Limits episode, "Joy Ride", starring Cliff Robertson. Additionally, several of his science fiction short stories have been published in Analog Magazine, some as David Grace and some under the name David Alexander.
He has also written one fantasy novel, "The Accidental Magician", originally published by Pocket Books as "Fane" (under the name David Alexander). His sole general fiction novel is "Daniel", the story of an Air Force pilot shot down over Vietnam, imprisoned in the infamous Hoa Lo prison (the Hanoi Hilton) and what happens to him when he returns home.
To review all of David Grace's novels and short story collections and to read free excerpts from them, visit his website: WWW.DavidGraceAuthor.Com.
All of David Grace's books are available at Amazon.com as ebooks. Wildside Press trade-paperback print editions of all of his novels except "Daniel" are available from Amazon for between $7.99 and $8.99.