Gary Grossman and Ed Fuller have woven an international shocker that questions why hotels are not protected the same way air travel is, and why no one is taking the lead on this issue. Read more here
Red Hotel by Gary Grossman and Ed Fuller brings to life, in a thrilling novel, the dangers of soft targets. Using his past experiences as an overseer of Marriott International’s Global Security Strategy, and now President of the Irvine, California-based Laguna Strategic Advisors, a global consortium that provides business consulting services to corporations and [...]
Q: Your book starts off with a bang. Literally, when the Kensington Royal Hotel in Tokyo is bombed. As in real life, hotels are now ideal targets for terrorists. Why? Ed Fuller: Hotels are called “soft targets” when compared to Embassies, military bases, etc. In international countries, American branded hotels become targets. Condoleezza Rice [...]
“Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick." Gary Grossman, is an EMMY award winning producer, acclaimed journalist and one of the great thriller writers of our time. His latest novel Red Hotel, co-written by its inspirational hero Ed Fuller, will prove without a doubt that fiction is too often more truthful than the reality reported. [...]
Gary Grossman is no stranger to fiction—he’s a multiple Emmy Award-winning producer and author of bestselling international thrillers including Executive Actions, Executive Treason, and Executive Command. Ed Fuller, on the other hand, comes to thriller writing from a slightly different background. Read more here
An original and deftly crafted novel from its first inherently riveting page to it's cliff-hanger of an ending, "RED Hotel" is an incredibly timely globe-trotting thriller that's fiction on the edge of reality. Read more here
Ed Fuller and Gary Grossman are interviewed by Marsha Wietecha on Born To Talk Radio. Listen here
Photos from Time & Space Limited RED Hotel reading and signing in Hudson, NY.
Photos from RED Hotel book talk and signing at Book Carnival in Orange, CA.
Photos from RED Hotel book talk and signing at Boston University.