»The Crime of Julian Wells is Cook at the top of his game. An elegant stylistic literary mystery, filled with twists and puzzles and deeply human, multi-facetted characters instead of action-packed thrills and bigger than life heroes. It’s written in a classic style reminiscent of the best cerebral detective stories.«
The Dirty Lowdown
A new book review at blogcritics.org: The Dirty Lowdown about the novel The Crime of Julian Wells by Thomas H. Cook.
»Cook’s characterizations are richly balanced and finely nuanced, with a narrative driven more by psychological insight than pyrotechnics.«
Nicholas Basbanes about The Crime of Julian Wells by Thomas H. Cook. His review at latimes.com.