(Julia Jones, author of the Strong Winds Trilogy.)
A taut and gripping read. A dark, intense ride that keeps you guessing right until the exciting conclusion.
(P. S. Gifford, author of The Curious Accounts of the Imaginary Friend.)
The Darkness will grab you by the jugular and keep you reading ... an audacious and haunting novel that deserves public attention.
... a wonderful, thrilling, dark, compassionate book. The ending is unexpected, and brave, but felt completely right..
(Gillian Philip, author of The Rebel Angels series.)
(Michael J. Malone, author of the D. I. McBain books.)
A truly gripping novel with two unforgettable story lines depicting a darkness which scarily we all might be capable of in certain circumstances.
(Rosemary Gemmell, author of Dangerous Deceit and The Highland Lass.)
No matter how you feel about the genre this isn't typical. So far above it took my breath away. A must read for its characterization, plots, and humanity. Brilliant.
(Jane V. Stevens.)
The Darkness might confound some readers who expect mystery novels to follow a conventional pattern, but those who enjoy intelligent psychological suspense are in for a treat..
(Mary Maddox, author of the The Daemon World Books.)
... hits the very tricky balance between dispassionate honesty about and sympathy for basically good people squashed by cruel circumstances.
(Kate Kasserman, author of Independence.)
... not only a good read but a lesson in human nature.
(Jean Henry Mead, author of the Logan and Cafferty series.)
With this entry in the Jack Carston series, Bill Kirton nails his claim to greatness.
(Reb MacRath, author of the Fast and Furies series)
... compelling, deep and at times very funny. A dark read, but highly recommended.
... compelling, fascinating and chilling..
(Greta van der Rol, author of the Morgan Selwood Books)