“Freeman’s command of pace and plot is assured, his prose artfully layered with the sinister and serene. This one will keep you guessing, but read it with the lights on.” —Publishers Weekly
“Freeman once again shows a slick knack for creating just enough tension without relying too heavily on gore—just the right amount of nastiness that will not scare away more-genteel thriller readers.” —Booklist
"Freeman’s latest psychological thriller is sure to seize readers and not let go… Gripping, intense and thoughtful, The Night Bird is a must-read."—RT Book Reviews,Top Pick
"...an intriguing psychological mystery introducing Detective Frost Easton investigating a case about women who appear to have been frightened to death. Boo!"—Carole E. Barrowman, Star Tribune
"Freeman keeps the tension high."—Mary Ann Grossman, St. Paul Pioneer Press
"Freeman’s considerable writing chops are once again on full display here in this police procedural/thriller with an inventive and twisting mystery that is a compelling read from beginning to end... You may think you have the entire mystery figured out… but you almost certainly will be wrong."—Bookreporter
"The story line hooked me right away."—Night Owl Reviews, Top Pick
"Freeman has a winner with The Night Bird…a real page-turner of a psychological thriller that will remain vividly in the memory bank for a long time to come."—Mystery Maven
"A genuine page-turner."—The Saturday Reader
"[The Night Bird] is definitely a psychological thriller that reads like a dark crime story, and is definitely worth checking out if you like thrillers."—Suspense Magazine
"Creepy, terrifying, and provocative... The Night Bird is a very unique mystery that combines high-tech horror with police procedure." —Gumshoe Review
About the Author
Brian Freeman is a bestselling author of psychological thrillers, including the Jonathan Stride and Cab Bolton series. His works have been sold in forty-six countries and translated into twenty languages. His book Spilled Blood was named Best Hardcover Novel in the International Thriller Writers Awards, and The Burying Place was a finalist for the same honor. His debut thriller, Immoral, won the Macavity Award and was a finalist for the Edgar, Dagger, Anthony, and Barry awards for Best First Novel. It was also chosen as International Book of the Month by book clubs around the world. His novels Season of Fear and The Bone House were both finalists for the Audie Award in the thriller/suspense category.
Brian lives in Minnesota with his wife, Marcia. For more information on the author and his work, visit www.bfreemanbooks.com.