Lee Goldberg

Lee Goldberg

Lee Goldberg writes books and television shows. He published his first book .357 Vigilante (as “Ian Ludlow,” so he’d be on the shelf next to Robert Ludlum) while he was still a UCLA student. His many subsequent books include the non-fiction Successful Television Writing and Unsold Television Pilots as well as the bestselling Eve Ronin and Ian Ludlow series.

He wrote the eight books in the Diagnosis Murder series of original novels, based on the hit CBS TV mystery that he also wrote and produced. He followed that up by writing fifteen bestselling novels based on Monk, another TV show that he worked on. His Monk novels have been translated and published in Germany, Poland, Thailand, Japan, Turkey, and many other countries.

Lee co-authored with Janet Evanovich five international bestselling Fox & O’Hare novels (The Heist, The Chase, The Job, The Scam and The Pursuit) and two New York Times bestselling prequel novellas (The Shell Game and Pros & Cons).

In addition to his writing, he’s worked as an international TV development expert and consulting producer for production companies and major networks in Canada, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

 

Books by Lee Goldberg

Payback

Payback

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Goldberg comes the third, kick-ass book in the action-packed JURY SERIES, the novels that launched his career in the 1980s.

A sadist with a hunger for victims is talking the streets of Los Angeles--leaving a trail of destruction which threatens to engulf the city in racial violence. And he's calling himself...Mr. Jury.

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Guilty

Guilty

From #1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Goldberg comes the final, pulse-pounding book in the bloody, action-packed JURY SERIES, the novels that launched his career in the 1980s.

Brett Macklin faces his greatest adversary yet--a ruthless, professional hit woman, seductress and master of disguise who launches a campaign of terror and bloodshed against him, pushing the vigilante to the emotional and physical breaking point, unleashing a bloody killstorm on the L.A. streets.

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Judgment

Judgment

The first novel in the Jury Series. Brett Macklin was a freewheeling son of sunny California, a collector of vintage cars and a connoisseur of beautiful women. But when his father is murdered by a street gang, Macklin becomes something else--a deadly weapon against crime, a relentless vigilante who won't stop until he's wiped out the killers who have turned Los Angeles into a war zone.

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