»In the nearer future, crime-novel aficionados will be curious to see how long Joyce can keep successfully mining the world of professional hockey for his material. There are certainly facets of that world — its violence, its corruption, money, sex — that should keep Joyce’s hero going for quite a while.«
G.B. Joyce’s new hockey noir ﬁnds darkness in rural enclaves, Philip Marchand says. His review about The Black Ace you can read at the National Post.