The Evil that Men Do is brilliant—as topical as the president’s next twitter rant or press release. If Trump and Putin don’t murder Gleason within weeks of publication, it will be a miracle.  This book impales and offends everyone with equal opportunity and laser-like accuracy. It's fascinating how over-the-top absurdity strikes far too close to reality. Read it and see how many characters you recognize.”

-- Larry Bond, New York Times bestselling author of Fatal Thunder

As bold a book as you'll find this year, The Evil That Men Do combines a thrilling, right-in-the-moment epic with a profound grasp of global issues.  Gleason writes with tremendous energy and flair, and the velocity of the plot, combined with devilish characterizations and insider savvy, competes easily with the most vivid headlines of our time.  A lion's roar of a book that recalls the great adventure novels of the past--while remaining powerfully contemporary.  Well done!

-- Ralph Peters, three-time winner of the Boyd Award and the New York Times bestselling author of Judgment at Appomattox

Bombs away! Look out below! Pull up your boot straps! And run for cover! Bob Gleason offends . . . everyone.  He might even offend you too, but he’ll entertaining the hell out of you at the same time, because this book is a rare thing: A blood-curdling thriller, too, written with a kind of headlong verbal velocity that makes it impossible to put down. Read it. Tonight. But remember, ANY resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

-- William Martin, New York Times bestselling author of The Lincoln Letter

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The Evil That Men Do

ROBERT GLEASON BRINGS HIS A-GAME TO THE EVIL THAT MEN DO, A TERRORISM THRILLER STEEPED WITH EQUAL PARTS TERROR AND WIT

Income inequality and the offshore hoarding of illicit black funds have reached such extremes that the earth’s democracies are in peril. The oligarchs are taking over...

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And Into the Fire is more than a spectacular thriller: it’s essential reading.  Apocalyptic, topical, and frighteningly authentic, here is a book that kept me turning pages deep into the night.  Don’t miss this cautionary and important tale of where the world is headed.”

-- James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Bone Labyrinth

“Gleason nails the complexities of a horrifying scenario, weaving a terrifying web on treason and danger, all steeped in pure fact.  And that’s what makes this book so scary.  It actually could happen.”

-- Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The 14th Colony

“A true master of apocalyptic fiction, Robert Gleason has written a gripping and frightening tale on how skillful terrorists could use stolen nuclear weapons on our own cities.  His research is devastatingly detailed and shockingly realistic. We should be scared, all of us--very scared.”

-- William S. Cohen, Former Secretary of Defense and New York Times bestselling author of Collision

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And Into The Fire

THE MOST EXPLOSIVE APOCALYPTIC THRILLER SINCE THE STAND

With an undeniable authority on the subject of all things nuclear, Robert Gleason brings readers' worst fears surrounding nuclear terrorism to life in this character-driven, page-turning thriller,...

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Author Robert Gleason discusses his new book ‘And Into the Fire.’

   

Nuclear Terrorists and North Korea

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Robert Gleason appears on "Coast to Coast AM with George Noory", the country's #1 nighttime radio show.

   

Terrorists and Nuclear Power

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Robert Gleason appears on "Coast to Coast AM with George Noory", the country's #1 nighttime radio show.

   

Robert Gleason appears on The History Channel

On Prophets of Doom, Gleason observes: "nuclear terrorism ... is the reductio ad absurdum of warfare."

   

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Praise for The Evil That Men Do

“In this age of mind-numbing and dumbed-down political correctness, it’s encouraging to see that Robert Gleason doesn’t give a s**t. A rare novelist who has the talent and the cojones to say what others only dimly perceive or refuse to believe, he really pushes it to its limits.  And by the way, any resemblance in this book to powerful persons, living or dead, is . . . not a coincidenceIn another age, or another country, Gleason would be . . . in hiding, prison or dead.  As an added bonus, this is a hell of a thriller that will keep you entertained and laughing your ass off.”

 -- Nelson DeMille, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Cuban Affair

“I’m almost at a loss for words to describe The Evil that Men Do—almost, but not quite. Outrageous comes to mind, along with brazen, offensive, hilarious, crazy, scurrilous, wicked — and, above all, entertaining beyond all measure. This is a pulse-pounding page-turner so hot it’s on fire, lofted to us on updrafts from hell itself. The reader will have great fun connecting the thinly-disguised panoply of creeps, mountebanks, hucksters, politicos and megastars in the novel with the actual people they are and with a dark wit so biting it decapitates. Thank god for the First Amendment, because otherwise Gleason would be enjoying Happy Hour with a three-drug cocktail in Atlanta Fed or Leavenworth.”

-- Douglas Preston, #1 bestselling author of The Kraken Mission

Run, Gleason, run. The witness protection program cannot save you. You have speared too many of the powerful and the pretentious with your wicked wit and implacable need to tell the truth. Trump and Putin will be especially furious.  Those two will hunt you down like a dog.  Guantanamo will be a Club Med or Sandals Luxury Resort Vacation compared to their untender mercies and maniacal ministrations.  So adios, it was fun knowing you. Also thanks for living long enough to give us a nerve-fraying, throat-clutching, keep-you-up-all-night thriller, a work of fiction forged in hell!

-- William Cohen, former US Defense Secretary and New York Times bestselling author of Final Strike

"Robert Gleason goes straight for the jugular in his latest novel, The Evil That Men Do. Lurking behind the characters’ thinly-veiled pseudonyms are the thugs, celebrities, and superstars who dominate today's headlines: Trump, Putin, Jim Comey, and Bill Maher are all there in effigy, primed and skewered, waiting to be burned.  Unfortunately for Gleason, I doubt this bunch will take his assault lying down. His targets will want him drawn and quartered after reading this book . . . except perhaps Bill Maher, whose literary avatar finds himself kidnapped, tortured, then lewdly and lasciviously seduced by two gorgeous female Islamist terrorists. And then there’s Jules Meredith, the intrepid reporter who exposes Trump—I mean, J. T. Tower—and his band of billionaire black-money political donors, including Vladimir Putin . . . or rather Mikhail Putilov. Could Jules’ book, Filthy Lucre, have been inspired by Jane Mayer’s Dark Money? Those with no upside include Trump, Putin, and Comey: they will be furious, and likely won’t rest till they’re stretching Gleason's hide on a high rack and seeing his deeply troubled soul in hell. The only question is who will get to him first?  Given the limitations of Twitter, my money is on Vladimir Putin—a.k.a. Mikhail Putilov.  Were I Gleason, I’d be checking my beer for the pungent tang of Polonium-210 for the rest of my life . . . however brief and tenuous a span that might prove to be.  In sum, Gleason, it's a nuclear bombshell of a book--a heart-pounding, mind-blowing rollercoaster of a ride . . .  and, I hasten to add, side-splittingly funny!”

-- Ward LarsenUSA Today bestselling of Cutting Edge and winner of six major literary awards

“Bombs away! Look out below! Pull up your boot straps! And run for cover! Bob Gleason offends . . . everyone.  He might even offend you too, but he’ll entertaining the hell out of you at the same time, because this book is a rare thing: A blood curdling thriller, too, written with a kind of headlong verbal velocity that makes it impossible to put down. Read it. Tonight. But remember, ANY resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

 -- William Martin, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Lincoln Letter

The Evil that Men Do is brilliant—as topical as the president’s next twitter rant or press release. If Trump and Putin don’t murder Gleason within weeks of publication, it will be a miracle.  This book impales and offends everyone with equal opportunity and laser-like accuracy. It's fascinating how over-the-top absurdity strikes far too close to reality. Read it and see how many characters you recognize."

-- Larry Bond, New York Times bestselling author of Fatal Thunder

As bold a book as you'll find this year, The Evil That Men Do combines a thrilling, right-in-the-moment epic with a profound grasp of global issues.  Gleason writes with tremendous energy and flair, and the velocity of the plot, combined with devilish characterizations and insider savvy, competes easily with the most vivid headlines of our time.  A lion's roar of a book that recalls the great adventure novels of the past--while remaining powerfully contemporary.  Well done!"

-- Ralph Peters, three-time winner of the Boyd Award and  the New York Times bestselling author of Judgment at Appomattox

“As always, Gleason stays ahead of the pack, firing on all cylinders, with a take-no-prisoners-attitude.  This one isn’t inspired by the headlines, IT IS THE HEADLINES."

-- Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Lost Order

   

Praise for And Into The Fire

Gleason is a bona fide expert on nuclear terrorism, and he utilizes his knowledge, along with his storytelling skills, to deliver a thriller that feels shockingly authentic. Military-action fans will relish this one as they shudder at its implications.”

-- Booklist (starred review)

A masterpiece . . . a crown jewel,”

-- The Strand Magazine

   

Praise for End of Days

"Gleason’s work has made him an expert on all things apocalyptic, a subject he returns to with gusto in this wildly expansive tale of the Coming End Times . . . A thrilling take on a frighteningly possible future, one that makes the journey in Cormac McCarthy’s THE ROAD look like a stroll through the park."

-- Publisher’s Weekly (starred review)

A narrative knockout. Comparisons to THE STAND and SWAN SONG are well founded, but Gleason’s novel is in a class by itself.

-- Booklist (starred review)

   

Praise for End of Days’  Sequel Wrath of God

Passionate readers need not fear Philip Roth's lament that fiction is dead, since the writer's imagination is outstripped each night by the evening news. Gleason has conjured up a post-nuclear holocaust Islamic horde that has conquered Europe and Asia and is pushing inexorably through the American West. Only a rawhide-tough, old woman, and her unlikely allies--George S. Patton, Stonewall Jackson, Amelia Earhart, and an adolescent triceratops--stand in the way of the triumph of utter barbarism. Equal parts fantasy, historical fiction, SF, western, and morality play, this novel is sprawling, epic, cinematic, and a ripping good adventure yarn. If Gleason has forgotten anything about fashioning a book that will get widely read, the reader won't discover what it might be. All public libraries will want to put in an order.

-- Thomas Gaughan, Booklist on WRATH OF GOD (starred review)

The publisher should issue a cash prize to anyone who can put down the book without finishing it.

-- Orlando Sentinal

A compulsive page-turner!

-- Hartford Courant

The wildest read of the year!

-- Clive Cussler