Polis Books

Terrence McCauley

Terrence P. McCauley is an award winning crime/New Pulp writer. In 2014, he won the New Pulp Award for Best Author. His short stories have been featured in THUGLIT, SHOTGUN HONEY, ATOMIC NOIR, MATT HILTON’S ACTION: PULSE POUNDING TALES Vol. 1
& 2 and other places. His short story – “A Bullet’s All It Takes” (from THE KENNEDY CURSE Anthology by Big Pulp/Exeter Press) won the 2014 New Pulp Award for Best Short Story. He recently compiled GRAND CENTRAL NOIR, an anthology where 100% of the proceeds go directly to God's Love We Deliver, a non-profit organization in New York City.

Terrence is a proud member of the Polis Books family. In Spring, 2014, Polis agreed to reissue his award-winning novel PROHIBITION (TruTV’s Search for the Next Great Crime Writer Contest) and SLOW BURN (2014 New Pulp Award for Best Novel).
Polis Books will also be releasing Terrence's brand new modern day spy thriller - SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL – in 2014.

A proud native of The Bronx, New York, Terrence is currently writing his next work of fiction.

Visit Terrence at: http://www.terrencepmccauley.com

Follow him on Twitter: @tmccauley_nyc

Facebook: TerrencePMcCauley

Prohibiton

From the author of SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL comes a riveting crime thriller for fans of "Boardwalk Empire", set in Prohibition-era New York.

A Murder of Crows

“This exuberant thriller is, as they say, torn from today’s headlines…McCauley is also a wonderful dialogue writer…this one really sparks." -Booklist (starred review)

Slow Burn

From the author of SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL and PROHIBITION comes a riveting, gritty and authentic novel of 1930's Manhattan.

Sympathy For The Devil

"A fascinating, fast-paced spy thriller for the modern age, equal parts techno-wizardry and old-school tradecraft, and featuring a terrorist plot that reads like its been ripped from the headlines. --Owen Laukkanen, New York Times bestselling author of The Professionals

A Conspiracy of Ravens

“(McCauley) merges the brilliant old school spycraft of Charles Cumming and John le Carré with the technology and contemporary feel of Alex Berenson." --Library Journal

The Fairfax Incident

A riveting historical thriller from the author who “Merges the brilliant old school spycraft of Charles Cumming and John le Carré with the technology and contemporary feel of Alex Berenson.” (Library Journal)