His plots are twisted and sometimes have surprise endings. His stories grab you from the minute you start to read and are hard to put down.
A novel that sets itself apart from most noir fiction with its lighter and looser feel.
...the mystification and detection are authentic and the solution surprisingly clever.
Exotic locale. Credible heroics. Vicarious thrills. Fans will want more, and soon.
Marion manages to maintain levity through the dry humorous writing while creating characters who are remarkably unique, memorable, and likable
Lindsay...provides another guilty pleasure. Really, really guilty.
Zombie attacks, family members in physical and emotional jeopardy, and vast government conspiracies all contribute to a heady tale that reaches a satisfying conclusion.
This is a marvelous book to take on vacation.
Koenig takes his time with his mystery--focusing as much on the working of pulp crime mags and the dynamics of Eisenhower Era race relations as he does his whodunit.
Harkaway makes his novel great fun on every page
...occasionally coming across as a set of eccentricities rather than a living, breathing character. Still, readers of previous Pendergast novels will welcome this installment starring the exceedingly peculiar FBI Special Agent. Stylish, dark and tense.
He has turned his knowledge of the murkiest side of Wall Street to good effect in his first novel, a thriller about masters of the universe and murder.
Family—biological, professional, and everything in between—plays a key role in a thriller sure to please Slaughter's many fans.
The intricately plotted narrative takes numerous unexpected turns, and Burke handles his trademark themes of social justice and corruption with his usual subtlety.
Stir the pot further with some nasty gangsta types from New York, a pair of singularly focused assassins, a highly resourceful Soviet superspy, a fella named Battista, and it's a wonder anyone gets out alive. Breathlessly violent at times, downright lyrical at others, Hunter's (Pale Horse Coming, 2002, etc.) best yet.
...Collins toggles rapidly between plotlines, keeping the action moving and the sex abundant. Glitzy and exciting.
Erudite, mysterious and exciting, with a brooding, brilliant Sherlock-ian detective. The denouement is just as surprising as in Grey’s first case.
A LADY NEVER SURRENDERS continuously intrigues with uncertainties, and the heartfelt passionate romance is deeply stirring.
11/22/63 is the best novel Stephen King has produced in a long time.