High Steaks is a mystery packed with many subplots all leading to the same conclusion. Throughout the story, the drifty but celestial writings of the deceased Wanda Marie provide insight and depth to a well conceived plot. A good read. --Midwest Book Review
This first novel offers nonstop entertainment, peppy prose, and crafty complications. For most collections. --Publisher's Weekly --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
High Steaks is a story that is ultimately about people. You get to meet a full spectrum of characters in this book, all of them equally fascinating, quirky and engaging. Mr. Read morePublished on August 25, 2004 by Camille
Never have I read such an intelligent dissection of white trash mentality. High Steaks exposes the mores and foibles of Nevadan society--but lovingly. Read morePublished on December 7, 2003 by Jim Smith
You ever read a book and feel sorry when it's done? I want these characters to be part of my life...Published on November 10, 2003
Boy-O-Boy this book is great. Where's this guy coming from? For a first novel to be so seamless with so many characters. This book is like Donald Westlake on speed. Read morePublished on November 10, 2003 by Jim Smith
It goes-and-goes-and-goes. Pure fun! Easy Reading; great dialog. Pick it up, you won't put it down.Published on October 5, 2003 by Teresa Riesner
Davis O'Kane works part time as a radio talk-show host and full time as part-owner of a popular restaurant in Nightingale, NV. Read morePublished on August 24, 2003 by Teresa Riesner