"A patient of Sigmund Freud, a young woman who is an opera singer, discovers she has prescient visions. This novel is experimental in its structure. At first it seems strange, but it comes together by the ending."
"Laszlo Kreizler is an American version of Sherlock Holmes who, in the setting of New York City of the late 1800's, attempts to solve the murders of children. Kreizler and his cohorts use methods unheard of at the time as they endanger their careers and lives to find the culprit."
"Dr. Laszlo Kreizler and his associates reunite to find a kidnapped baby . . . and uncover a series of horrors that keep introducing more questions instead of answers. As enjoyable as its predecessor "The Alienist.""
"With the Empire State Building as the backdrop, two young men in the 1930's jump into the golden age of comic books and create their own Superman-type character. They find their lives intertwined in many ways. 2001 Pulitzer Prize winner"