In another wonderful review for No Love Lost, Colin Garrow says
Robert Crouch manages to create a delightfully complex plot with twists and turns galore and more suspects than you can shake a doggy snack at. The plot is his best yet and kept me enthralled from start to finish. With a writing style that includes witty one-liners and precise plotting, he weaves a mystery that can match any of our best thriller writers.
In her review of No Love Lost, Lesley from The Bookwormery says
Kent is a marvellously complex, likeable character with an engaging humour and slight eccentricity about him. The plot has twists, turns and some shocks and heartbreaking moments too. It really has it all. Such a brilliant series, so well written it is completely engrossing from start to finish.
In her review of No Love Lost, Chelle from Curled Up With A Good Book says,
Each time I read a new Kent Fisher mystery I think it’s my favourite, and then the next one trumps it! I love the series so much, adore Kent (the complex character that he is) and the other characters, love the mystery and intrigue and enjoy the writing style so much.
Yvonne at Me and My Books believes No Love Lost is part of an addictive mystery series. Brilliant from start to finish.
The author really has woven a wonderful tale of mystery, revenge, deceit and also a tragedy. It was a brilliant book and I think it may be my favourite so far and also the one that shocked me the most with events. It draws things from the past and the present and they have been twisted and turned into such an addictive read.
Lacy at Lacy Ace Reviews confesses:
I would be happy to be left on a desert island with a collection of Kent Fisher mysteries! Another absolute must read!
Read the full review here.
Linda at Linda’s Book Bag says:
No Love Lost is an absolute cracker of a book that deserves a wide audience. I found it hugely exciting, cleverly plotted and very entertaining.
Read the full review here.
If you even wondered how difficult it was to tell people what a book’s about, you should read this fun guest post, hosted by Swirl and Thread.
My thanks to Mairead for allowing me to talk about No Accident.
Another terrific review for No Bodies from Chelle at Curled up with a Book
‘You can’t help but be sucked in and enjoy the ride with Kent. The novel will make you laugh in places – Kent does get himself into some sticky situations – and I really enjoy the humour throughout the book. The plot is fantastic, with plenty of twists and turns to keep you completely gripped; and if that’s not enough – just wanting to know what will happen to Kent’s animal sanctuary will keep you turning the pages!’
My thanks to Els for an interview with some different and intriguing questions.
You can read the full interview here.
My thanks to Sonya at A Lover of Books for sharing my post about writing a series.
You can read the full post here.
Every Friday, I look forward to reading about another author on Jill’s Book Cafe’s feature. So I was delighted to take part today.
You can read the post here.