PositiveBooklist... compelling ... Throughout this narrative, readers should expect many unanswered questions since key information on Koval remains inaccessible. Nevertheless, Hagedorn’s well-researched account employs a host of primary and secondary sources to convincingly connect the dots between Koval, the Soviet spy network, and the creation of the atomic bomb.
Eric Dean Wilson
PositiveBooklist... genre-defying ... The sheer volume of ideas and narrative strands in this book can be overwhelming at times. But Wilson’s magnetic writing is undeniable and often entertaining despite the challenging subject. Readers of this book won’t be shamed for using air conditioning. Instead, Wilson reasonably but passionately calls for a new definition of comfort that prioritizes community interdependence and connection.
RaveLibrary JournalPinter’s outstanding series launch is a deft combination of domestic suspense and police procedural that recalls the works of Harlan Coben and Linwood Barclay. Both an unstoppable force of nature and painfully human, Rachel is a heroine readers will not soon forget.
PositiveLibrary JournalCoyle’s sixth Rick Cahill novel will please noir enthusiasts with its staccato prose, evocative descriptions, and hard-nosed protagonist. Readers new to the series can still enjoy this book as a compelling stand-alone mystery, and enticingly vague references to previous books make a strong case for checking out Rick’s past adventures.