Andrew Kaplan is the New York Times bestselling author of two spy thriller book series: “SCORPION” and “HOMELAND”, including the international phenomenon, “HOMELAND: CARRIE’S RUN”, the international bestselling prequel novel to the award-winning “Homeland” television series. His Homeland novel, “HOMELAND: SAUL’S GAME” won the Scribe Best Novel of the Year award. His books have been translated into 22 languages. BLUE MADAGASCAR is his latest novel.
A former journalist, war correspondent and business consultant, he covered events around the world and served in both the U.S. Army and the Israeli Army during the Six Day War. In addition to his HOMELAND and SCORPION novels, his standalone novels include the NY Times bestsellers “DRAGONFIRE,” “HOUR OF THE ASSASSINS,” and “WAR OF THE RAVEN,” cited by the American Library Association as “one of the 100 Best Books ever written about World War Two.”
Of his writing, Kirkus Reviews hailed it as “Electrifying,” Readers Favorite said “Flawless . . . Kaplan is up there with the best,” Publishers Weekly called it “Smashing, sexy and unforgettable,” Reader to Reader stated “Kaplan's writing is reminiscent of the best of Ian Fleming, Robert Ludlum and Tom Clancy,” and Suspense Magazine declared: “Kaplan’s writing matches the best work of the late Robert Ludlum and then surpasses it.”
His screenwriting career includes the James Bond classic, “GOLDENEYE”.His books are listed by Book Scrolling as among “The Top Spy & Espionage Books Of All-Time.”