Michael E. Rose has branched out into satire, with his new book Interpol Confidential!
Rose is well known for his acclaimed Frank Delaney spy thriller series. Now he brings his experiences as Chief of Communications at Interpol to a new book in what is for him a brand new genre: a scathing satire about the world's largest international police organization.
Initial reviews have been great. Click here to read some excerpts.
Click here to read a full length review of Interpol Confidential in the Ottawa Review of Books.
Click here for a press release.
Click here to read an article about Michael and his new book.
Click here to read an interview with Michael, in which he talks about his new book.
Interpol Confidential is available for purchase in selected bookstores and on all major platforms in paperback and eBook format. Buy now.
All of Michael's titles are now being published by Momentum Books, a division of Pan McMillan.
Look for them as ebooks wherever you usually shop for books online. Or click on the "buy" links you'll find on the Michael E. Rose website to go straight to Amazon.
Watch Michael E. Rose being interviewed about his work on "The Perrett Report" on Sky TV.
The Tsunami File, the latest Frank Delaney spy thriller, was short-listed for Best Novel in the prestigious Arthur Ellis Awards. See article for more details.
The Tsunami File puts investigative journalist and sometime spy Frank Delaney on assignment in Phuket, Thailand, in the aftermath of the tsunami that killed thousands of people, foreigners and locals alike. Disaster victim identification teams from police forces across the globe have descended on this idyllic holiday location to carry out their gruesome work. Delaney discovers that, against all logic, someone is trying to prevent identification of one of the bodies lying in makeshift beachside morgues. His search for the reason follows a trail through Thailand's seedy child sex trade to an elaborate cover-up in Germany and France, where those with everything to lose use increasingly desperate measures to stop him dead.
Watch an interview with Michael Rose talking about The Tsunami File and his work as a writer.
The Mazovia Legacy was shortlisted for the Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel.