From Publishers Weekly
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"Zelvin's story is good and her dialogue sparkles, but what's best is how she's created characters who are both over the top, and completely believable. Just like real people!"--SJ Rozan, Edgar award winner, author of The Shanghai Moon
“A heartbreaker of a novel. Through seamless prose and her lead series protagonist Bruce Kohler, Elizabeth Zelvin exposes the internal and external demons of recovering addicts and recovering lovers. Much more than a mere whodunit, Death Will Help You Leave Him is a whydunit and the “whys” will haunt you long after the book is read.”--Naomi Hirahara, Edgar Award-winning author of the Mas Arai mystery series
“A wonderful book—authentic, compassionate, and tough.”--Barbara D’Amato, two-time Anthony and Agatha awards winner
"With humor and heart, Zelvin writes about the challenges of sobriety and the beat of New York City with impressive accuracy. Death Will Help You Leave Him is a terrific read."--Alafair Burke, author of Angel's Tip
“Elizabeth Zelvin proves with this second outing that she is not only here to stay but is indeed the sober version of the Thin Man series. No higher praise than that—ask Nora or Nick. A wondrous read.”--Ken Bruen, Shamus award winner and Edgar finalist
“Zelvin’s second effort is even more addictive than her first. Death will help you leave him, but it won’t stop you from turning the pages.”--Reed Farrel Coleman, two-time Shamus award-winning author of Soul Patch