No more successful mystery story was ever written than 'The Great Impersonation.' It's exploitation of the hitherto unsuspected is a triumph of construction and treatment that holds the attention of the reader from first to last.
New York Times bestselling author of over 40 books, William Bernhardt, is also fascinated by board games and their origins. He decided to use his esoteric knowledge of games to create The Game Master, a thriller that also involves secret societies and ancient cover-ups. As our author of the day, Bernardt chats about this novel, why some of the best action scenes in the book take place in libraries and reveals his secret skills.