“Winner Lose All” now has 17 Five Star ratings and 7 Four Star ratings of the 27 posted, an average of 4.5 stars.
5-Stars! “Unexpected Charms! Wow! I read the Prologue and decided I wasn’t going to like this book. Then I read Chapter One and was hooked. I read Chapters Two and Three. I had to put it down and do other things, but took it up again at bedtime, waking in the morning to find I had left my light on and my Kindle still beside me … I especially liked the juxtaposition of familiar and weird details in the Chicago scenes … Brown’s originality peaks in his use of one of the most bizarre weapons you could imagine (‘bet you can’t). He writes a good romance, too, psychologically deep and yet amusing. The clever, kick-butt Sandy accompanies Pete all the way back to Boston, New York and D.C … Brown has a crazy imagination, but there are enough references to familiar landmarks in these cities that you will go along with him as the plot races toward a deadline.”
Karen J. Dahood, Amazon Reviewer
5-Stars! “This story was delicious! Snarky and wired, cynical and funny, it was everything a good mob thriller should be and more. For me as a reader, a thriller needs to be able to make me forget that the violence is actually violence and that crappy people are just that and make me want to see how all the elements come together; The Undertaker certainly delivered on that promise . . . There is plenty of adventure to be had as we careen towards the ending of this story; the author is firmly in command of the direction of the and nothing is left to chance. Every detail is important, and I caught myself doing the reader fist pump when I correctly figured out how a piece of the story fit into the bigger picture. I was sucked in as a reader and wasn’t released until the story was over . . . The ending was better than I could have hoped for, too.”
Emily, What Book is That
5-Stars! “Bond Meets Indy Jones! This is my first review of any book. I’m glad I can promote “Thursday at Noon.” The settings were real and the characters believable — esp. the cynically incompetent officials above Thomsen. I was left wondering, actually, if this was based on some actual incident or similar situation. I’d buy more books by this author.”
Ralph Glaser, Amazon Reviewer