When Adversity Becomes Insanity… For Tori McMillan, widowed and unemployed at thirty-six, it seemed as though life couldn’t get much worse. But then she watches in horror as her best friend inexplicably walks into a crowd, kills four people, and disappears. When her friend’s...Read More
Extortionists present corporate executive Hal Dwyer with a nightmarish dilemma: turn over top secret anti-missile software from his defense contractor employer, or forfeit the life of his twelve-year-old daughter. To thwart the kidnappers, Dwyer sets out on a quest for answers...Read More
Midwest Book Review
Brian Lutterman was born and raised on a farm in southwestern Minnesota, and attended high school in the Twin Cities. He attended the University of Minnesota, graduating with a degree in political science, and graduated from law school at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Brian was a trial lawyer in Chicago and Minneapolis, and then traveled widely as a corporate attorney in the travel industry.
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The Reviews Are In!
Read the outstanding review of Downfall in the St. Paul Pioneer Press here.
Read the five-star review of Downfall at Mystery Sequels here.
And Harriet Klausner’s review in the Mystery Gazette here.
Along with John Broussard’s endorsement in the I Love a Mystery Newsletterhere.
And don’t miss Charline Ratliff’s rave reviewhere.
Read Brian’s Interview in the Omnimystery News here.
Downfall is featured in the St. Paul Pioneer Press’s spring book preview! Read about it here.
Check Brian’s guest blog appearance at California author Sydney Avey’s site.
What is your background?
I’m a suburban dad who loves to write. After a number of years as an attorney in the corporate world, I wrote two mystery-thrillers, Bound to Die, and Poised to Kill, in 2002 and 2004, respectively. Both were very well received, and writing and promoting the books was a great experience. But I had to put writing aside to deal with family responsibilities and health issues. Now, I’m thrilled to resume my writing, and I believe Downfall is my best work yet.