If you’re a fan of action-packed military suspense, Pete Kirsanow’s latest thriller has you covered. Taking over the late W. E. B. Griffin’s renowned series, he brings to life a pivotal point in U.S. history during World War II, with accuracy and respect for those who have served blended into this page-turning plotline.
Pete is a New York Times bestselling author and former member of the National Labor Relations Board. He contributes regularly to the National Review, and his op-eds have appeared in newspapers ranging from The Wall Street Journal to The Washington Times.
Pete joins host and fellow author Fred Burton to discuss:
- The challenges of staying in the confines of history and research involved in creating The Devil’s Weapons (released December 6th; purchase a copy here)
- How he was selected to take over the reins of W. E. B. Griffin’s series, an esteemed military and detective fiction writer
- Pete’s approach to writing — from concept to publication