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The Saint of Wolves and Butchers

Red Carpet Crash

April 13th, 2018

Audio Interview: Author ‘Alex Grecian’ Talks His New Book The Saint Of Wolves And Butchers

The Yard

Alex Grecian: LibraryThing Author Interview

by Jeremy Dibbell

Fiction Reboot Author Interview: Alex Grecian

Dr. Schillace

July 5th, 2012

by Dr. Brandy Schillace

A Conversation with Alex Grecian, Author of The Yard

There has been much written about Jack the Ripper—both fact and fiction—but your debut novel, THE YARD, actually begins after the failed investigation of those grisly murders by Scotland Yard has been laid to rest...

An Interview with Alex Grecian by MaryAnne Kolton

The Bailer

January 15th, 2013

"A splendid look into the crimes of the times and the Yard’s newly created Murder Squad. The author’s skillfully crafted descriptive passages will leave you feeling the rainy chill of Victorian London, and shivering at the wanton, unrestrained appetites of murderers everywhere."


The Devil's Workshop

Mystery author Alex Grecian appears in Vero​

May 29th, 2014

at The Vero Beach Book Center


The Harvest Man

‘The Harvest Man:’ A Conversation With Alex Grecian

Huffington Post

May 15th, 2018

"...a suspense-filled, atmospheric historical thriller taking the reader back to 1890 London. I truly felt like I was there during that time."


Lost and Gone Forever

The Alex Grecian Interview

Crimespree Magazine

May 10th, 2016

by Kate Malmon

Alex Grecian & Dan Fesperman at The Poisoned Pen!

Kittling: Books

May 30th, 2016

by Cathy Cole



Interview: Alex Grecian on PROOF: ENDANGERED #1


Sept 28th, 2010

by Josh Flanagan

Alex Grecian on PROOF

"Behind the smile and friendly demeanor of Alex Grecian, there must lie some deeper, darker demons. After all, this is a writer whose Image Comics’ series Proof is steeped in conspiracy theories, ancient monsters, and characters who die before their times."



Madness Meets Mysticism in Grecian & Rossmo's "Rasputin"

Comic Book Resources

Sept 23rd, 2014

Shrouded in mystery and rumor, Rasputin has inspired writer Alex Grecian and artist Riley Rossmo to explore his origins in "Rasputin," their new Image Comics series named after the Mad Monk.

'Rasputin' adds depth to legend of the Mad Monk

USA Today

July 19th, 2014

Writer Alex Grecian and artist Riley Rossmo give the influential Russian peasant and mystic Grigori Rasputin a bit of immortality in an adventure full of mystery, murder, magic and even love in the Image Comics series Rasputin

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