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From the PublisherPeople Dead on.
Denver Rocky Mountain News First-rate.
People Black nails the cops' esprit de corps, but the baddies are even better, at once diabolic and heroic....[Black has a] flair for action.
Library Journal Black writes nearly perfect thrillers.
Publishers Weekly (starred review) Gripping...fast-paced...Riveting....Black's timely thriller addresses questions of terrorism and government corruption with intelligence and flair. The social underpinnings never get in the way of the supercharged suspense as the novel proceeds to a flawless, slam-bang conclusion.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel A good mystery novel is more than a simple whodunit. At best it's a morality play that wrestles with the ambiguities of life and it's various shades of gray. In that regard, Ethan Black's All the Dead Were Strangers is as good as it gets.
Amazon.com (A Penzler Pick) The best entry yet in this excellent series....One of the best page-turners of the year.
American Way The vulnerability of the U.S. to terrorist attacks — homegrown or imported — is the foundation for this book....Intelligent and believable.
Booklist (starred review) An exciting, carefully crafted novel.
Stan Pottinger There are cop thrillers and serial killers, and then there is All The Dead Were Strangers. The difference is Conrad Voort. An everyman detective we recognize in the mirror, he comes face-to-face with a conspiracy so powerful and insidious it threatens to destroy him. Will he rise to it? If he doesn't, everyone he cares about will pay an awful price — but if he does, he will pay the ultimate price. Got your seatbelt fastened? Turn the first page and take the ride.