Reviews

  • Praise for Sins As Scarlet

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  • A pacey, page-turning thriller

    Barry Forshaw, Financial Times
  • A dark, brutal ride through the underbelly of LA

    Anthony Horowitz
  • Masterpiece - that's the only way to describe Sins as Scarlet. Obregón's brilliant novel is, at once, a classic noir, a psychological thriller and a riveting examination-sometimes dark, sometime moving to the point of tears--of life in a less-than-angelic Los Angeles

    Jeffery Deaver
  • Fresh and convincing . . . the dialogue is worthy of the great chronicler of LA's dark side, Raymond Chandler. But really, Obregon's writing has a unique flavour all of its own, wherever his books are set

    Jake Kerridge, Sunday Express
  • In the heady tradition of Raymond Chandler and Michael Connelly, Sins as Scarlet lays bare the bruised heart and broken soul of Los Angeles. Extraordinary stuff: a diabolically clever police procedural, a wrenching character study, and a merciless chronicle of a city in decay. I'm awestruck.

    A. J. Finn
  • Praise for Blue Light Yokohama

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  • Taut and atmospheric with twists galore

    Woman & Home
  • An outstanding debut

    The most awaited books of 2017, Sunday Express
  • A twisty, highly entertaining thriller that pulls us into the heart of an unconventional hero as he fights corruption in the gritty, glittering world of Tokyo

    Julia Heaberlin, author of, Sunday Times bestseller, Black-Eyed Susans