First up is this terrific Library Journal profile, courtesy of Jordan Foster. In it, we talk violence, morality, and Hitchcock, because of course we do.
Next, J. Kingston Pierce had some kind words for RED RIGHT HAND in his Kirkus column. To wit: "THE KILLING KIND earned a stack of plaudits, but RED RIGHT HAND is the rare second entry in a series that actually rivals its predecessor."
And finally, Lauren O'Brien of Malcolm Avenue Review posted a lovely review of THE KILLING KIND, declaring it "about as close as you can get to a perfect thriller experience."
Many thanks to Jordan, J. Kingston, and Lauren.