James Grady revolutionised thrillers with his first novel Six Days of the Condor. Now Grady breaks out of all genre limitations with Mad Dogs, a stunning novel launched from a totally original creation: the CIA's secret insane asylum for retired agents. 'Grady is a master of intrigue...' - John Grisham '(Grady is) a master of blending real life and fiction.' - John Marks, co-author of the CIA and the Cult of Intelligence
James Grady is the author of the best-selling thriller Six Days of the Condor. He is the recipient of the Grand Prix Du Roman Noir (France), Raymond Chandler Award (Italy), and was an Edgar-nominee in the U.S. A Washington D.C. resident, Grady is known for the verisimilitude and investigative authenticity of his work, as well as its thrilling entertainment. Grady has been a terrorism consultant for MSNBC, and his freelance journalism has appeared in The Washington Post and other publications.