All The Dead Were Strangers

Meeting for drinks in Greenwich Village after a ten year separation, Voort finds his boyhood friend Meechum, frightened and depressed. Twenty-four hours later Meechum has disappeared. The only clue in Voort’s possession is a cocktail napkin on which Meechum has written five names. Working his way through the list, Voort begins to connect a series of eerily “accidental” deaths around the country. All the dead were strangers. But two on the list may still be alive, and in grave danger.

As Voort tries to locate them he finds himself pitted against an enemy bigger than anything his sex crimes unit has ever encountered. Bigger than anything the New York City police force has ever encountered. He has discovered a disturbing conspiracy of vast proportions. And now the conspirators have discovered Voort.

Reviews for the work of Bob Reiss

Fiction
"White Plague" received numerous raves. "Stunning," said Linda Fairstein. "Relentless action and suspense," said Alex Berenson. Steve Berry: "A stellar novel of action, adventure and intrigue." John Sanford: "Fast, well written entertainment wrapped around something to think about." Lisa Gardner: "A bone thrilling chiller." Booklist gave it a starred review. Kirkus Reviews called the author, "...a master of this chilled universe."
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A genetically engineered microbe has stopped the world's petroleum supply. If an antidote isn't found within 50 days, the collapse will reach the point of no return. "The book is very good and interesting and makes you think." - Good Morning America
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Non-Fiction
“The Coming Storm is the most readable and intelligent summary of global warming science and politics I have read.” Bill McKibben,
--New York Observer
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