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The Newberg Novels

A tiny Wisconsin town is home to big-city crime and corruption, as former Marine turned detective Tia Suarez uncovers the dark underbelly of policing small-town America in Neal Griffin’s Newberg Novels.

“A visionary, scathing, supremely effective peek into the darkness that permeates small town Americana. Drawn in vibrant colors upon an ambitious canvas, this major debut is destined to take its place alongside the work of Robert Parker, C.J. Box, and Harlan Coben when it comes to unrelenting suspense and wondrously staged, multi-layered construction.” —USA Today bestselling author Jon Land (on Benefit of the Doubt)

  • By His Own Hand
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    • By His Own Hand

    • The Newberg Novels (Volume 3)
      Neal Griffin
      Tor/Forge

    • LOS ANGELES TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR

      “Add Neal Griffin to your list of must-read crime writers!”— Tess Gerritsen, author of the Rizzoli and Isles series

      “With crackling...

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  • A Voice from the Field
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    • A Voice from the Field

    • The Newberg Novels (Volume 2)
      Neal Griffin
      Tor/Forge

    • Tia Suarez jumped off the pages in Griffin's brilliant debut novel, Benefit of the Doubt. Now she takes center stage in her own story, A Voice from the Field, a gripping thriller about human...

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  • Benefit of the Doubt
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    • Benefit of the Doubt

    • The Newberg Novels (Volume 1)
      Neal Griffin
      Tor/Forge

    • Neal Griffin is a twenty-five year veteran of law enforcement. He's seen it all, from routine patrols to drug enforcement to homicide investigations, from corrupt cops to men and women who went...

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Neal Griffin

Neal Griffin (he/him) is the Los Angeles Times bestselling author of Benefit of the Doubt. The son of a philosophy professor, Griffin grew up in Eau Claire, WI, a town much like Newberg, the setting of his first novels. After a stint in the Marines, Griffin went into law enforcement, and is currently Criminal Investigations Division Commander in a small city in California. He is a graduate of the FBI's invitation-only National Academy training program and is a certified Master Instructor in law enforcement leadership and ethics. Griffin is married to Olga Diaz and has four children.

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