Locke reminds me of a cross between Jim Thompson and Carl Hiaasen.' Mike Shatzkin. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
I really enjoy the creative twists and turns of these novels and their pace. Just can't put them down, and when I do, I can't wait to pick them back up.Published 1 month ago by CoveviewerL
Good read. Wish it had ended differently. But it makes you want to read more. On to the next book I suppose.Published 1 month ago by Amiee R Carr
I really like this book, and the series it is part of. It is "Dexter" edgy, original, and this novel is riveting. Mr. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dr. John
The writing is sharp and amusing, like the private eye movies of the 1950s. Fun to read on an airline flight, when you want something light and fast.Published 3 months ago by David Emil Henderson
I've read a dozen of John Locke's books and the thing that fascinates me is how he keeps his plots and characters original, fresh and so imaginative. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Glenn
unresolved conflict/loose ends (2 novellas in one book sharing same locale) made stories unsatisfyingPublished 5 months ago by Faith