“Hallahan at his brisk best…the action is lean and satisfying with a formidably tenacious hero, a charismatic post-glasnost villain, some clever spy puzzles and just the right dash of Le Carré-inspired cynicism.” Kirkus Review
Charlie Brewer confronts a world-wide conspiracy ‘Crackling good thriller. Compelling reading to the last page.” Publishers Weekly
“Best thriller I’ve read in years.” Washington Post.
Catch Me Kill Me
Winner of the Mystery Writer's of America Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Mystery Novel of the Year.“Takes off like a Chinook and whisks you through a labyrinth non-stop until the final sentence.” Clive Cussler.
The Dead of Winter
Nominated by the Mystery Writers of America for the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best First Mystery “A book you will gulp down,” Newgate Callendar, NY Times.
The Ross Forgery
“Electrifying…spellbinding…beautifully plotted…a terrific climax…don’t miss it.” New York Times
“You wouldn’t believe so much suspense and tension could be generated.” Washington Post.
“Fascinating.” The [London] Times
The Day The American Revolution Began: 19 April 1775
“William H. Hallahan has crafted a fascinating story worthy of the attention of everyone wanting to learn more about the stirring early days of the American Revolution….Very readable…Highly recommended .” James Kirby Martin, Benedict Arnold: Revolutionary Hero.
A dramatic account of all the rifles provided by US Amy ordnance —and the dismal consequences—from the first musket to the M-16 automatic rifle.
“William Hallahan has captured its drama beautifully …and…prosecutes the U. S. Army Ordinance Corps without mercy, leaving the reader aching to lynch the scoundrels.” John Lehman, former Secretary of the Navy, Wall Street Journal.
A fallen angel and a hawk from hell urgently search for a unique mortal with a supernatural purple aura.
“Mr. Hallahan will keep you up all night.” New York Times.
The Keeper of the Children
To recover his teenage runaway daughter a father engages in an out-of-body battle with a fanatical mind-control monk .
“A mixture of horror and occultism told with driving force…a story that takes you will it all the way…to places far from normality…add this book to…other occult hits of the last decade.” New York Times.
The Search for Joseph Tully
“A relentless, terrifying thriller.” Dean Koontz