"The book's wry tone doesn't hide the author's contempt for irresponsible leaders and the yahoos who mindlessly follow them. Hayes cares about the English family with their enduring sanity and resilience, and so will readers." —Publishers Weekly
"In this always entertaining series, Hayes never fails to mix action and humor in an engaging manner." —Booklist
"Full of outrageous humor and a plot that will leave even the most jaded readers demanding more, Hayes's latest gives Janet Evanovich a run for the wackiest characters and most bizarre plots in crime fiction." --Library Journal, starred review of Server Down
"This well-crafted story told with humor will leave readers waiting for further adventures of Mad Dog, Englishman, and the inhabitants of Buffalo Springs." --Booklist of Mad Dog & Englishman
"This is the best madcap cozy to hit the genre since Joan Hess’ Maggody series debuted more than 15 years ago." --Booklist, starred review of Plains Crazy
About the Author
J.M. Hayes studied anthropology at Wichita State University and the University of Arizona. Still a Kansas boy at heart, he lives in Tucson with his wife and a small herd of German Shepherds. English Lessons is his seventh novel and sixth Mad Dog & Englishman Mystery.