“Hard-boiled crime writing ... It’s pedal to the metal for 352 pages. Don’t miss it.”—Booklist
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This was the first novel that I've read by this author and my first impressions are favorable. Piccirilli has a taut, edgy writing style that engages the reader immediately. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Donald E. Gilliland
This is Piccirilli's second book involving Chase, a thief and getaway driver. The first THE COLD SPOT was awesome! A hard to put down novel that sucked you in. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mike Kazmierczak
First off the main character Chase should be dead no less then 6 times. This book is based of the idea of a suicide run basically. Read morePublished 17 months ago by johne72
I enjoyed this story. Good characters, good action, good scenery. I also enjoyed it's companion novel. I searched and could not find a third book. Read morePublished 22 months ago by CB
This sequel to The Cold Spot, where we follow Chase's travails.
The characters Picirilli creates, in their human dimensions, the anguish, the doubts, the raw meanness... Read more
This book is a terrific read. Tom Piccirilli's work reads effortlessly. There is no use comparing his style to anyone else. This guy's voice is fresh and unique. Read morePublished on May 11, 2011 by dana kabel
Yes, it's a good, fast-paced read, with crisp, mostly realistic dialog, which I love. For that I'm thankful. Read morePublished on February 27, 2011 by MeMyselfAndI
4 AND 1/2 STARS.
Piccirilli, as usual, is in a league of his own. He is so superior to other writers that I can only compare his work to his own prior work. Read more
Picking up where The Cold Spot left off, Chase has left the debacle of the Newark disaster behind him, and has taken a job driving for a mob family looking to make a score and then... Read morePublished on December 12, 2009 by Tim Niland