Praise for"A Wanted Woman"
"A wild, thrilling ride." -"Ebony"
"Another fine performance...Not your typical thriller about a hired killer, but an immensely readable, hard-to-put-down tale." -"Booklist"
There s a cinematic vibe here with James Bond fantastic escapes mixed with Game of Thrones Red Wedding type gore as blood flows Anticipate demand. -"Library Journal"
"Eric Jerome Dickey has...a knack for transforming genres, turning them on their heads, and making them his own creations." -"New World Review"
Praise for Eric Jerome Dickey and his novels:
Dickey s fans flock to his readings. . . . He s perfected an addictive fictional formula.
"The New York Times"
Dickey has a rare ability. . . . Right away the reader is forewarned: You are in for a hard-boiled, fast ride.
"Seattle Post-Intelligencer "on "An Accidental Affair"
Eric Jerome Dickey brings to life the heartache of betrayal with the skill of a master crafter. . . . Dickey s imagery, the word choices, the rhythm of the sentences, his ability to create a vibrant, tormented sea in which Nia and her support cast bob along make this book one for the keeper shelf.
USAToday.com s "Happy Ever After "on "Decadence"
It s hard to top his earlier works, but Dickey doesn t disappoint.
"Ebony" on "An Accidental Affair""show more