PositiveBooklistA breathtaking thriller with plenty of action and some very clever twists, this is one of those stories where just when you think things can’t get any worse, they do; but the grimly satisfying conclusion makes it worth it for both characters and readers. Fans of David Baldacci and John Grisham will enjoy the unpredictability and unrelenting suspense.
James A McLaughlin
PositiveBooklist\"The landscape is rendered in remarkable prose that puts the reader right out on the trail with Moore in his ghillie suit, often lost in a Castaneda-like rapture that contrasts sharply with intermittent bursts of stunning brutality. C. J. Box and Paul Doiron fans will enjoy this edgy tale, with human greed and wildlife exploitation at its heart.\
RaveBooklistActually, the word is not murder, it’s ingenious ... A masterful meta-mystery.
RaveBooklist\"...[a] brilliant politcal satire ... He takes the same kind of snarky, tasty bite out of eastern Long Island’s overdevelopment that Carl Hiaasen does from the plunder of Florida ... Promise readers that the only way they will put this book down is when Charlton Heston’s ghost pries it from their cold dead hands.\
PositiveBooklistKoryta excels at action set in remote places, and fans of William Kent Krueger and C. J. Box will enjoy this one.
RaveBooklist...a brilliant narrative about a confused young woman struggling to separate fact from fiction in her life ... Perfect for millennial readers and highly recommended for fans of eventually justified 'paranoid woman' characters who descend in a direct line from Charlotte Brontë to Ruth Ware.
PositiveBooklist\"Hall brings the unreliable narrator to new heights in this disturbing narrative while subtly planting the seed in the reader’s mind that Verity, damaged by her own childhood issues, may be feeding Mike’s mania to suit her own ends. For fans of Nabokov’s Lolita, Highsmith’s Ripley tales, or Christine Mangan’s recently published first novel, Tangerine.\
RaveBooklist[Harper] manages to match her debut’s intensity with another riveting, tension-driven thriller ... Perfect for fans of Tana French and readers who enjoy literary page-turners.
A. J. Finn
RaveBooklistFinn has carefully paced Anna’s internal narrative and intricately woven interactions (real or imagined?) and added a diabolical dimension that makes this story even more intense than Hitchcock’s Rear Window. And when the catalyst for Anna’s condition is ultimately revealed, it is far more traumatic than a broken leg. An astounding debut from a truly talented writer, perfect for fans in search of more like Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train.