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This is a noir crime novel at its very best.
What I hate most about his books is that they are so gripping that I read them practically in one sitting and then I'm stuck waiting for him to finish the next one.
I always love reading about people being good at their jobs, and especially about women who can throw down on their own in a fight.
Read a chapter a night and when I was half way thru it, I had to stay up till 4am to finish it.
I love the way Wallace Stroby writes and I love his references to the Jersey... Read more
I recently read Wallace Stroby's standalone novel Gone 'til November, and was disappointed in it, mostly because of the inefficiency of the lead female character, who proved to be... Read morePublished 6 months ago by rvialet
Cold Shot introduces Crissa Stone, a professional criminal whose lover is in prison and whose daughter is being raised by a cousin. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ed Battistella
Very creative writing. Even. Though crissie is a criminal she get ones who are worse than she is. Excellent writingPublished 11 months ago by John B
Any fan of Richard Stark's Parker novels should get to know Wallace Stroby's resourceful criminal heroine Crissa Stone. She's a real piece of work.Published 13 months ago by John B. Chandler
The first of the Crissa Stone books, and a grand opening. The others build on this, some characters reappear to disappear. The series is a winner. Now is trhe time to start. Read morePublished 14 months ago by John Bowes
I am a heavy reader, and this book is excellent. I am lookig forward to buying other books of Wallace Stroby and of my favorite authors.Published 17 months ago by Grace123
I've read this author before (Harry Rane series) but somehow he fell off my radar but now he's back on my list, and I'm starting with the other books in this series (Crissa... Read morePublished 19 months ago by KCScout
The world Mr. Stroby writes about is not the glossy world of TV crime shows. It is a far more dark and dangerous world, where trust is not only in short supply, but can prove... Read morePublished on September 17, 2012 by Robert Rudolph