"Hunsicker has a wonderfully ironic sense of Dallas society and an even funnier take on those pretensions...amid such humor, Mr. Hunsicker creates a fine cast of supporting characters... [The Next Time You Die] manages to delight." -- The Dallas Morning News
"This novel offers arresting descriptions of Dallas' many mean streets; complex, interesting characters; and a relentless narrative drive. Compelling reading from a new name in noir." -- Booklist
"Hunsicker's second detective caper featuring hard-luck investigator Lee Henry Oswald should earn Dallas a colored pushpin on the wisecraking-gumshoe map." -- Texas Monthly
"The Next Time You Die is a worthy follow-up to Still River, perfect beach reading...enjoyable...good stuff." --D Magazine
"What do you call a boozehound preacher, a southern-fried hitman, half a dozen rattlesnakes and the redneck mafia? Business as usual for Dallas PI Lee Henry Oswald. If you take your detective novels straight up with a Tabasco chaser, order the Harry Hunsicker." --Sean Doolittle, author of Burn
and Rain Dogs
"How does one describe P.I. Lee Henry Oswald? Sam Spade with a Texas twang? Mike Hammer with spurs? Nope, none of that's good enough. If you like tough-talking, hard-as-nails private eyes, then don't miss Harry Hunsicker's The Next Time You Die. Buy this book right now, or I'll spit warm gin in your eye."
--Victor Gischler, author of Gun Monkeys and Shotgun Opera
"This is the most fun you'll having reading a mystery this year. With The Next Time You Die, Hunsicker has proved he's the heir apparent to Robert B. Parker. The action never lets up, the characters are the most likeable the genre has to offer, and the one liners will make you laugh out loud. What a wonderful book. Buy it, you'll love it."
--J. A. Konrath, author of the Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels Mysteries