- John Rector, Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author of The Ridge, Already Gone, and The Cold Kiss.
"Either somebody set Chuck Palahniuk and Elmore Leonard up on a blind date or we have a new mad genius on our hands. Mike McCrary delivers a mini-pulp masterpiece with prose that pounds with the best of 'em, and a character in Remo Cobb so wickedly lovable you'll want to name your first born after him. As far as I'm concerned, crime fiction just got kicked in the balls."
- Peter Farris, author of Last Call for the Living
"Mike McCrary is a dynamic new talent on the scene and quite honestly, I'd read his rewriting of Pride & Prejudice as long as it's written in the same prose he wrote REMO WENT ROGUE with."
- Benoît Lelièvre, Dead End Follies
"Remo Went Rogue is a fun, fast ride. It is a mean, hard-boiled novel with a fresh spin on the genre and filled with rich black humor."
- Scott Montgomery, MysteryPeople