Sunday, January 10, 2010

A review, and interview, and another best list

Book critic Chauncey Mabe reviews Pariah, where he says among other things:

Take Dave Zeltserman’s Pariah, an entry in what I think of as the Whitey Bulger sweepstakes. Fictions based on the fugitive Boston Irish mobster to date include George V. Higgins’ 2000 novel At the End of the Day and the Oscar-winning Martin Scorsese film The Departed. Zeltserman, writing in the pitch-black comic tradition of Jim Thompson or Charles Willeford, deserves to stand in such exalted company.

Fellow crime writer and all around good guy, Paul Brazill interviews me about Killer and other matters.

Finnish writer, editor and crime reader, Juri Nummelin, has Pariah topping his best reads of 2009.

1 comment:

Paul D. Brazill said...

Thanks for the interview Dave.