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"Tina Whittle’s novels are a mix of Pat Conroy writing and Dashiell Hammett storytelling. In Tai Randolph she has created a unique and fascinating heroine, and with Blood, Ash and Bone, Whittle has established herself as one of the top mystery writers working today.” --Robert Dugoni, New York Times Best-selling Author of The Conviction
"Whittle’s snappy prose and nonstop action revolving around these fascinatingly flawed characters combine to make this series a must.
--Booklist Starred Review
"A passel of colorful characters, more plot twists than the reticulated python who has a key cameo, and plenty of atmosphere make this one a winner." -- Publisher's Weekly
"A smart and briskly written entry in what is shaping up to be a winning series." --Booklist
"A must-read if you dote on romance with a touch of wry and mystery with enough suspects to fill a football stadium." -- Kirkus
"If you’re wondering who can give Stephanie Plum a run for her money, meet Tai Randolph"-- Kirkus Review Starred review
"Mystery fans will welcome wisecracking characters that aren't trite and a twisting plot that isn't tired." -- Publishers Weekly Starred review
"In this exciting series debut, Whittle provides not only an original, well-constructed plot but also a cast of unforgettable characters all somewhat flawed by life. With comparisons to Meg Gardiner and Karin Slaughter, this will appeal to readers who enjoy unusual approaches to crime fiction. Can’t wait for the next one." -- Library Journal Starred review