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Jason Starr
JASON STARR is the international bestselling author of many crime novels and thrillers, including SAVAGE LANE (on sale 10/13/15 from Polis Books). Starr's other novels are COLD CALLER, NOTHING PERSONAL, FAKE I.D., HARD FEELINGS, TOUGH LUCK, TWISTED CITY, LIGHTS OUT, THE FOLLOWER, PANIC ATTACK,... show more

JASON STARR is the international bestselling author of many crime novels and thrillers, including SAVAGE LANE (on sale 10/13/15 from Polis Books). Starr's other novels are COLD CALLER, NOTHING PERSONAL, FAKE I.D., HARD FEELINGS, TOUGH LUCK, TWISTED CITY, LIGHTS OUT, THE FOLLOWER, PANIC ATTACK, THE PACK, THE CRAVING. He has won the Anthony Award twice, as well as the Barry Award, and his books are published in more than a dozen languages. He has also co-written four novels with Ken Bruen--BUST, SLIDE, THE MAX and PIMP (on sale 3/15/16 from Hard Case Crime)--and co-edited BLOODLINES, an anthology of horse racing stories for Vintage Books. He has written comics and graphic novels for Vertigo (THE CHILL), DC (Batman, Doc Savage, Sand, The Avenger, and Marvel (The Punisher, Wolverine Max, and the original novel Ant-Man Natural Enemy). He lives in Manhattan.
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The Professor
The Professor rated it 6 years ago
Deliciously reprehensible. Surprisingly light on its feet too; fifty pages of this stuff goes down like a shot. ‘Stuff’ is ‘kill the wife’ and it goes south most entertainingly. “Bust” isn’t anything you haven’t seen before but it won’t half make the commute fly by. This is a soufflé, a romp, popula...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 9 years ago
This one ain't for the kiddies! The f-bomb shows up and there is nudity and plenty of in your face violence. I don't necessarily need that to enjoy a story, but I feel that the violence is part and parcel of Wolverine aka James Logan Howlett's life. This book is a good one for people who got introdu...
EricCWelch
EricCWelch rated it 11 years ago
Akashic Books has been issuing a series of books that thematically collect "noir" stories related to specific cities, e.g., Richmond Noir, Philadelphia Noir, etc., although I see there is a recent one entitled "Grand Central Noir;" perhaps they ran out of cities. The books are an excellent way to di...
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 11 years ago
"Lights Out" is not so much a thriller as it is a dark, brooding character study. Starr's narrative has an adjacency (to use a noun that became very dear to me after reading "The Adjacency" by Christopher Priest...) that simultaneously unsettles and drives the story forward. Reading it is like walki...
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 11 years ago
My first Jason Starr. I'm reading this novel in tandem with "Light's Out" and I sense a running theme.I'm always a sucker for novels with amoral characters, or unsatisfying endings. This one has plenty of that. Richard Segal looks like a normal guy in every sense of the word. He doesn’t manifest any...
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