Award–winning television producer, College Trustee, and author Gary Grossman ’70 debuted his third political thriller in his “Executive” series on October 17. His new book is Executive Command. His earlier novels are Executive Actions and Executive Treason.
The fact-based novel deals with an attack on America’s most vulnerable natural resource: water. As the publicity for the book explains, the nation’s water resources are high on terrorist target lists, but low on America’s consciousness. On top of that, water sources are largely unprotected, providing open access to any enemy with chemicals and biotoxins. Characters President Morgan Taylor and Secret Service Agent Scott Roarke desperately try to prevent the terrorists from destroying America and its infrastructure.
Executive Command is available for all eBook platforms, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBookstore, and Kobo.
Grossman is an Emmy Award–winning network television producer, a print and television journalist, and a film and TV historian. His career has included stints producing for NBC News, ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, PBS, and more than 27 cable networks. Grossman is co-partner of Weller/Grossman Productions, a prolific documentary and service and information television production company. He and co-partner Robb Weller have produced more than 6,000 programs and earned numerous awards, including the Governor's Emmy Award for their 1996 USA Network special Healing the Hate, and an Emmy for Best Informational series with the 2002 production of Wolfgang Puck for Food Network.