Biography

Brad Meltzer

Brad Meltzer is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of THE INNER CIRCLE, as well as the bestsellers THE TENTH JUSTICE, DEAD EVEN, THE FIRST COUNSEL, THE MILLIONAIRES, THE ZERO GAME, THE BOOK OF FATE and THE BOOK OF LIES.

He is also the host of "Brad Meltzer’s Decoded" on the History Channel.

His bestselling nonfiction books, HEROES FOR MY SON and HEROES FOR MY DAUGHTER, are collections of heroes --- from Jim Henson to Rosa Parks --- that he’s been working on since the day his kids were born and is on sale now. He’s also one of the co-creators of the TV show "Jack & Bobby" --- and is the Eisner Award-winning author of the critically acclaimed comic book, Justice League of America. His newest thriller, THE FIFTH ASSASSIN, released in January 2013.

Brad Meltzer

Books by Brad Meltzer

Edited by Brad Meltzer - Anthology, Fiction, Mystery, Short Stories

With this anthology, bestselling author Brad Meltzer introduces 21 original stories from today's most prominent mystery writers. From the foothills of Mount Fuji to Georgia's Okefenokee Swamp, from a physics laboratory in wartime Leipzig to an unusual fitness club in Boca Raton, these sometimes terrifying, sometimes funny, and always suspenseful tales will keep you riveted to the page.

by Brad Meltzer - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

There have been more than two-dozen assassination attempts on US Presidents, but only four have been successful...for now. Beecher White discovers a killer in Washington, D.C. who is meticulously recreating the crimes of these four men. During his investigation, he learns that over the course of 100 years, all four assassins were secretly working together. And Beecher is about to come face-to-face with the fifth one.

by Brad Meltzer - Inspiration, Nonfiction, Parenting

In this companion to HEROES FOR MY SON, Brad Meltzer brings together the stories of 55 remarkable individuals, from intellectual explorers such as Marie Curie, Sally Ride and Jane Goodall to cultural champions like Billie Jean King; from implacable public figures such as Rosa Parks and Winston Churchill to artistic icons like Leonardo da Vinci and Stevie Wonder; and beyond.