A corker of a review, thanks to Crime Fiction Lover, who gives the book five stars and reckons the Joel Sorrell books to be 'the greatest series of crime fiction in recent memory'.
A great review of Sonata of the Dead from risingshadow.net '...perfect and compelling thriller fiction... one of the best and most intriguing novels of its kind. It's every bit as good as Dust and Desire.'
Writer and editor Gary Fry has posted a glowing review of Dead Letters at his website.
The venerable Ali Karim, one of The Rap Sheet's writers, has included Dust and Desire in his list of favourite crime fiction for 2015. You can see what else he likes here.
From Publishers Weekly.
The Dark Knight Rises is a fitting end to a superb trilogy. With his three films, Christopher Nolan has succeeded where Tim Burton fudged it in the late '80s and early '90s with his pair of Michael Keaton features (both now seem more camp even than the TV series starring Adam West and Burt Ward). …
In space... nobody can do proper press-ups I've been a fan of the Alien films since I was maybe 12 years old, when I was way too young to see it (and, indeed, I didn't actually get to see the first film until I was around 15) but I'd heard a lot about it, and …