Gate 76 was named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best Books of 2018. There were only five books on the indie mystery/thriller list, so it’s quite an honor.
BestThrillers.com just listed Gate 76 on their “Best of the 2018 So Far” list, right after The President Is Missing, by James Patterson and Bill Clinton. The Best Thriller Books of 2018 So Far
Gate 76 just picked up a couple more nice reviews. It goes on sale tomorrow, June 1, 2018. You can pre-order through the links below. There aren’t many books that I put down in the middle of reading, just so I can say out loud, “DAMN, can this author write!”, but Gate 76 is one of them… chock-full of interesting characters… but in believable, relatable ways. (His depictions enabled me to immediately envision the characters… because I’ve encountered those same people, and his words describing them rang completely true.
Here’s a nice bit of news. Kirkus Reviews calls Gate 76 “A consummate thriller with some of the best characterization you’ll see all year.” https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/andrew-diamond/gate-76/ And we got a star too!
Gate 76 is available for pre-order on IndieBound, Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and a number of independents like Politics and Prose. Advance copies are available for reviewers through NetGalley.
A mysterious woman fleeing an unknown terror holds the clues to a crime that captivates the nation’s attention. After she boards the wrong plane at San Francisco International and disappears into the heart of the country, a troubled detective with a violent past must track her down before the people she’s running from can silence her for good. You can read the first chapter here.
After two rounds with the editor and many drafts, Gate 76 is just about ready for the proofreader. Below are some cover ideas from my lovely and talented wife. Please let me know which cover you prefer and why. Thanks for taking the time to help out. If you’re curious, you can read the first chapter of Gate 76 here, but don’t look until after you’ve picked a cover!
A few months ago, my wife brought home a book by Micheal Tolkin called Among the Dead. Tolkin was the author of The Player, which was made into a film directed by Robert Altman, and like The Player, Among the Dead is a dark satirical look at the vanity and egotism of the bit players in the entertainment industry. Among the Dead begins with a man missing a flight that he was supposed to be on with his wife.
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