Mike is a screenwriter and the author of the Remo Cobb series, Relentless and Genuinely Dangerous. His shorter work has appeared in ThugLit, Shotgun Honey and Out of the Gutter and Remo Went Rogue has been translated for French publication.
He’s been a waiter, a securities trader, dishwasher, bartender, investment analyst and an unpaid Hollywood intern.
He has quit corporate America, come back, been fired, been promoted, been fired again. Currently, he writes stories about questionable people who make questionable decisions.
Praise for Mike and his books
“The story’s impact is indisputable… a grim, invigorating, and thoroughly gripping crime tale.”
“As far as I’m concerned, crime fiction just got kicked in the balls.”
—Peter Farris, author of Last Call for the Living
“Mike McCrary is definitely a writer to watch.”
—John Rector, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Ridge
“McCrary’s prose practically bounces off the page.”
“It’s almost inhuman how frequently and effectively this book ups the ante on the reader. A blitz of mayhem that ends in spectacular—and hysterical—fashion.”
—Rob Hart, author of The Warehouse
“I read it cover to cover in just one sitting—while ignoring my life around me.”
“Fast paced. Could hardly put it down.”
“An energetic tale that will make readers root for its disreputable characters.”
“Mike McCrary is a dynamic new talent on the scene and quite honestly, I’d read his rewriting of Pride & Prejudice as long as it’s written in the same prose he wrote Remo Went Rogue with.”
—Benoît Lelièvre , Dead End Follies
“Remo Went Rogue is a fun, fast ride. It is a mean, hard-boiled novel with a fresh spin on the genre and filled with rich black humor.”
—Scott Montgomery, MysteryPeople