by Lee Goldberg
By those measures, business manager Ernie Wallengren is a very important man.
The two-star palace that McGrave has booked for himself on Stuttgarter is alongside greasy kebab places, cheap electronics stores, and strip clubs and has a view of the elevated S-Bahnhof, a metro rail station, where drug dealers and hookers ply their trade in the shadows under the overpass. Are you sure you want to stay here?" she asks.
He entrances us with his tales and shocks us with his red herrings. He shows the world that with a little persistence and perseverance you can accomplish anything. As a television hero, for making a series like Monk, along with many other televised accomplishments. His writing career is one to be envied, having written horror and thrillers with success. Lee Goldberg, when told to become a doctor or to join the family furniture business said no.
Author Lee Goldberg said he wanted to write this novella specifically for Kindle readers, something that's action-filled and can be read quickly, say when riding the subway headed for work, a cab ride into town. He succeeds admirably.
I realize now what I need to get to the next level as a thriller writer - the bestseller mane that has propelled Robert Dugoni and Barry Eisler to the top.
Lee Goldberg is a New York Times bestselling author & acclaimed TV writer/producer.
Lee Goldberg bravely marches into territory already staked out by some fierce competition-Donald Westlake . McGrave is a quick fire novella from Lee Goldberg, based on a pilot script for a television show, which never eventuated. And its humble beginnings are very evident as you read it.
Lee Goldberg bravely marches into territory already staked out by some fierce competition-Donald Westlake, Lawrence Block, the early Harlan Coben-and comes out virtually unscathed. It is written in present tense as a script would be, and the action scenes are described, rather than lived, if that makes sense. If that simple framework doesn’t appeal to you, then you’d probably find McGrave a rather annoying book.