"Absorbing, well-plotted . . . This complex tale comes to a bittersweet and heartfelt conclusion."
--Publishers Weekly on In Like Flynn
"It's hard not to be charmed by this young immigrant woman who fled murder charges in Ireland to become a detective in turn-of-the-century New York."
--Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on In Like Flynn
"Rhys Bowen continues her evocative look at the immigrant experience . . . a compelling, detailed look at life in 1901 New York."
--Hartford Courant on For the Love of Mike
"Molly grows ever more engaging against a vibrant background of New York's dark side at the turn of the century."
--Kirkus Reviews (starred review) on For the Love of Mike
"There is nail-biting suspense as the book nears its end and...the setting of those scenes is frighteningly well-done."
--Mystery News on For the Love of Mike
"An evocative trip through old New York---including the poets, painters, playwrights, and private investigators of Greenwich Village, 1901--in the company of Irish immigrant Molly Murphy, a spirited and appealing guide."
--S. J. Rozan, author of Winter and Night, on Death of Riley
"It's always a delight to discover a new book from the pen of Rhys Bowen."
--Tampa Tribune & Times on Murphy's Law
"[We] look forward to Molly's return."
--Chicago Tribune on Murphy's Law