»Tatiana leaves the reader hoping that Smith’s Arkady Renko series, like that loop of film, plays again and again.«
Lean and swiftly paced: Gerald Bartell about the novel Tatiana by Martin Cruz Smith. His review at SFGate.
»Here, when handed one of the more poignant pieces of information ever to cap a case, Delaware fights tears. The reader may, as well, while contemplating the fate of a newborn in a turbulent world.«
The new thriller Guilt by Jonathan Kellerman is a solid, poignant tale of violence and innocence, Gerald Bartell says. His review at The Washington Post.
»What really robs the story of suspense, though, is that after the prologue, the Prophet appears infrequently.«
Gerald Bartell about The Prophet by Michael Koryta. His review at sfgate.com.