“Harvey’s seventh procedural is smartly paced, slyly humorous, unsentimental about police work, violence, and other alienations of aff ection—altogether one of his best. Just like his first six.”—Kirkus Reviews
“John Harvey’s Resnick novels are far and away the finest British police procedurals yet written.”—GQ
“If Harvey gets any better, the rest of us may have to kill him.”—Reginald Hill
Resnick’s hands are full enough tracking down the prostitute who is stabbing her clients, without having to babysit a strong-mouthed American crime writer, visiting the city with her husband and prey to threats of violence.
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