“Can doing first-rate work as consistently as Pronzini really be as effortless as he makes it seem?”
—Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“The Nameless series continues to be a wonder of great plotting, long-term character development, and insight into the chilling banality of evil.”
—Booklist, starred review
“Pronzini is a pro at PI fiction: he never cheats on the reader, respecting the conventions of the hard-boiled detective stories and puzzle mysteries he employs so well.”
"Nameless" fans will say Nemesis is the best in a great series.
I really enjoyed the way the novel is broken up into three parts, each telling a section from Runyon's, Tamara's, and finally Nameless's point of view.
She assigns Verity Daniels's case to private investigator Jake Runyon, who visits Ms. Daniels at her exclusive San Francisco condominium.
I love these books and this one didn't disappoint. In hope the series goes on for a long time to come.Published 5 months ago by bookhound
I've enjoyed Pronzini over the years, but I admit that I found the past few books disappointing. I really did not like HELLBOX at all. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Claire McManus
Athough good, it was not the best I have read of the series. Interesting story line . If you are a fan of the series, you will like it.Published 6 months ago by mlg
“Nemesis,” the newest in the Nameless Detective series, in which this is number 38, is told from three points of view: that of each of the three private detectives who work... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Gloria Feit
Great mystery set in San Francisco and the Bay Area that keeps you turning pages. Just the right balance of suspense and character involvement.Published 10 months ago by andy hauer
Bill Pronzini's latest "nameless" detective novel NEMESIS centers on three characters: Bill, the semi-retired head of the agency; Jake Runyon, a field investigator; and Tamara... Read morePublished 10 months ago by RJPetyo
Bill Pronzini achieves his usual excellence. I love this series. Sorry, I don't have anything else to say. Good Bye.Published 12 months ago by Barbara Ellsworth
This latest addition to the NAMELESS DETECTIVE series proves the trope: Sexy lady clients are always bad, bad news for private detectives. Read more