»Starting with the first of his 20 novels, Laguna Heat, and continuing with stand-alones including Silent Joe and California Girl, Parker has always chaffed at the boundaries of the crime fiction genre, creating wildly inventive characters and surprising storylines. His risk-taking alone makes all of his work, including the Charlie Hood series, well worth reading.«
Mystery writer Bruce DeSilva about the novel The Famous and the Dead by his colleague T. Jefferson Parker. Find his review at The Huffington Post.
»Parker has plenty of fun with this story, but he’s serious, too. Where is the line between flesh-and-blood criminality and evil of supernatural origin?«
Crime columnist Patrick Anderson about The Famous and the Dead, a new novel by T. Jefferson Parker. His review you can find at The Washington Post.
„Despite these faults, I liked the book, but, only liked. The gothic style in crime fiction is not for everyone.“
The Dirty Lowdown reviews The Jaguar by T. Jefferson Parker. Read more at seattlepi.com or blogcritics.org.