Small Crimes reviewed in the Boston Globe

"A Jim Thompson mentality on a Norman Rockwell setting... 'Small Crimes' is a strong piece of work, lean and spare, but muscular where a noir novel should be, with a strong central character whom we alternately admire and despise." Boston Globe

Read the whole review here.

Small Crimes has gotten some great reviews so far from places like NPR, The Washington Post, PW, London Times, etc., but there's something special about being reviewed by my hometown paper, especially on how tough The Globe can be to crack into. And given how tough a grader they often are, I'm very happy with this review. The best part about it, my parents who live in Brookline (right next to Boston) can now brag to their friends and neighbors about it.


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