"This outstanding fourth chapter in the canon of Detectives Lomax and Biggs provides further proof of the indisputable: Marshall Karp writes the funniest dialogue in the detective genre. If you have not yet read the Lomax and Biggs books, you simple must start."
"Despite the humor, they really are good detectives. After a great story and the introduction of many memorable characters (and some terrific red herrings) the case is successfully solved: The fun is getting there."
"As with all the books in this series, the major and incidental characters are lovingly created and memorably drawn. Author Marshall Karp is an exceptional wordsmith. The storytelling is so entertaining that it demands that you read just one more page and then another until you realize you've finished the book."
"With series titles, I normally recommend starting with the first book, but "Cut, Paste, Kill' would be the perfect introduction to this addictive series: The repartee crackles with great humor, the characterizations are vivid, the narrative flow impeccable, and you'll be stunned by the triple-twist at the end. It's a perfect example of what makes this series great."
"With Lomax and Biggs, author Marshall Karp has created a pair of detectives who will be long remembered with the great creations of the genre, and you would be wise to join the bandwagon. This is a great starting point."
“Funny is hard to do in a mystery, but Karp does it hilariously. Set in Los Angeles, where a homicidal scrapbooker is on a rampage with scissors, Detectives Lomax and Biggs take on the absurdities of life in LA.”
--Carole E. Barrowman, The Journal Sentinel