Brad Meltzer is a prolific American author, whose work spans a multitude of genres including crime, historical fiction, and children's literature. Born in 1970, he was raised in Brooklyn and Miami and later graduated from the University of Michigan and Columbia Law School. Meltzer’s passion for storytelling is evident in his ability to blend history, law, and suspense in a highly engaging manner, a skill that has earned him a spot on the New York Times Best Seller list.
Meltzer’s critically acclaimed works include "The Tenth Justice", "The Book of Fate", and "The Fifth Assassin", to name a few. He is especially well-known for his ability to portray complex characters and weave intricate plots, which has enabled him to establish a firm foothold in the realm of thriller novels. His work is often inspired by real historical events and figures, infusing his stories with a sense of authenticity that resonates with readers.
In addition to his status as a successful novelist, he is a noted television host and comic book writer. Meltzer hosted the History Channel show "Brad Meltzer's Decoded" and wrote the highly popular miniseries "Identity Crisis" for DC Comics. Despite his diverse interests, at the heart of all of Meltzer's endeavors is a profound love for storytelling that continues to captivate audiences across different mediums.