The Reviews

Blank white book w/path“… a captivating detective story with … accurate cultural references, period detail, and deft handling of daily life and relationships. … a satisfying read, well-written and entertaining.”
Craig Morrison, author of Go Cat Go! Rockabilly Music and Its Makers

“Based in Memphis ’56, this story (is) rife with crazy twists and turns makes for compelling reading!”
Steven Blush, author of New York Rock: From the Rise of The Velvet Underground to the Fall of CBGB, American Hardcore, and American Hair Metal

“I love mysteries that provide truly innovative twists, and (Descending Memphis) delivers.”
Amy Maroney, author of The Girl from Oto

“Descending Memphis speeds along like a bullet blasting from the barrel of a gun. Five Stars!”
Tony Shea, Editor-in-Chief, Shea Magazine

“A first-rate detective novel. (The) prose is crisp and the plot is both plausible and compelling — an all-too-rare combination in crime fiction these days.”
J. Hunter Bennett, author of The Prodigal Rogerson: The Tragic, Hilarious, and Possibly Apocryphal Story of Circle Jerks Bassist Roger Rogerson in the Golden Age of LA Punk, 1979-1996

Excellent crime/rock & roll/coming-of-age novel.”
Ranjit S. Dighe, author of The Historian’s Huck Finn: Reading Mark Twain’s Masterpiece as Social and Economic History

“This Crime Noir trip, laced with Rock ‘n’ Roll, set in Memphis in the 1950s is a gas.”
Adam Hill, author of Old Timer’s Blues

“Observant and exciting page-turner that bridges genres with ease — a joy to read. … an impressive stab at something more literary in nature. … Descending Memphis covers a lot of ground with a mix of economy and style…”
Glenn Griffith, A Pessimist Is Never Disappointed

Read more than 50 reviews on Amazon, with an overall 4.8 star rating.