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  • Intense and flamboyant... excellent. The plot runs on high-octane violence... a powerful book... one emerges breathless, shaken and ready to change one's view of recent American history

    Sunday Telegraph
  • Brilliant and appalling. It is deeply repelling portraiture, yet mesmerising

    The Times
  • Laconic violence, terse, slang-driven sentences, and a gleeful blurring of the moral line between good guys and bad guys... Seven hundred pages of this stuff left me feeling punch-drunk and dizzy, but then it sure beats the hell out of Anita Brookner

    Mail on Sunday
  • A frenetic and explosive thriller . . .

    Sunday Times
  • One of the most important popular-fiction writers in America ... a Tinsel town Dostoyevsky

    Time Out

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