GFS3 reviews Small Crimes over at the always interesting and thought-provoking DaRK PaRTY ReVIEW:
"...My conversation with Cormier came to mind as I was reading Dave Zeltserman’s crime novel “Small Crimes.” You couldn’t find two more disparate writers, but both novelists understand the power of a smaller stage. Small stories can produce big results and unveil universal truths.
That’s the secret to Zeltserman’s fascinating novel about small town corruption and the consequences that follow. Unlike many crime writers today addicted to glamorous, far-fetched shoot-outs, outrageously high-concept plots, and the superhero-like-antics of protagonists, Zeltserman mines the ordinary for the extraordinary...."
You can read the whole review here (and reading it is a hell of a lot less painful today than checking the stock market indices!)
Crimespree Magazine also reviews Small Crimes, and has good things to say also, calling Small Crimes a dark masterpiece. You can read the review here.