--ALA Booklist (American Library Association) "...This excellent thriller is enhanced by by the careful detail with which police investigatory procedures are described, by the presence of a sharp protagonist in Hyte, and by more than a few clever plot twists...."--WL
--KIRKUS REVIEW "...Half Thriller, Have whodunit, not half bad... Nicely handled stereotypes, from people to places to emotions.... Biggest asset is Hyte, who wears well enough to become a series hero."
ANGELS IN MOURNING
-- "I'd never had the pleasure of reading any of David Wind's previous novels, but when I finished his latest novel, Angels in Mourning, I made a vow to go back and read the rest of this very talented writer's work..... I will admit I'm a bit of a literature snob, but Wind's narrative not only left my intelligence intact, he did a magnificent job of drawing me into Storm's pleasantly-seedy New York. It takes a lot for a work of fiction to impress me but Angels did just that. David Wind has much respect for his readers and it shows." --Kelly Davis, bookideas.com
THE SOKOVA CONVENTION
"... one of the most interesting spy novels I've read in a long time. Every time you think you've got it figured out, you didn't. Every time you want to compare it to The Manchurian Candidate, you can't. Bottom line: you can't stop reading until the end. So, if you want to read this book, keep a long weekend open!" Chuck Yarling
The MORRISY MANIFEST
"Once I started this book I could not put it down. The story keep me suspended from the start. I recommend this book to all." Jean King