"Loren D. Estleman is a master. He is one of my heroes."
"It has more strength, energy and crunchy dialogue than 90 percent of the books surrounding it in stores. Reading an Estleman mystery is like watching really great veteran hitters at bat, seeing how they bring everything they've learned over the years to each turn at bat."
--Chicago Tribune on Poison Blonde
"Macklin is a creation of surprising depth and intelligence, and he and Laurie make a good match."
--Wes Lukowsky, Booklist on Something Borrowed, Something Black
"The story vibrates with letter-perfect details, and the plot, with changing locations and changing points of view, is deftly handled. Each character, major or minor, is fresh and real, and this creates a terrific energy throughout the book, demonstrating once again why Estleman has won so many awards."
--Publishers Weekly on Something Borrowed, Something Black
"Spell-binding. Just about anything Estleman writes is worth reading."
--Reviewing the Evidence on Something Borrowed, Something Black
"A truly entertaining read and well worth picking up. Loren D. Estleman is, as usual, on the top of his game. I just wish he could write faster!"
--Books N Bytes on Something Borrowed, Something Black
"A hit man as the hero of a whodunit series?...only Estleman would have the chutzpah to try."
--Chicago Sun-Times on Kill Zone