Praise for Quinn Colson:

Adventure writing of a high order… Richly packed with colorful characters and expert writing. An exciting, fast-moving portrait of a formidable hero.” — The Washington Post
The Deep South’s True Detective.” — Men’s Journal
Ace Atkins’s killing honesty sets a new standard for Southern crime fiction.” — The New York Times Book Review
A satisfying mix of modern Southern gothic atmosphere and thrilling action, salted with crackling humor.” — Tampa Bay Times
Atkins allows Quinn to make mistakes and have foibles, making him an even more complex character.” — Associated Press
The rough-and-tumble relationship between two tough-as-nails officers and the place they love provides plenty of action [and] well-developed characters.” — Kirkus Reviews
Gripping… Atkins again portrays this pocket of the South with all its flaw, but he’s too good a writer for anything to seem stereotyped. Grade: A.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer
Masterful… it’s clear that Atkins has long lived among the kind of folks populating his work.” — The (Memphis) Commercial Appeal
In the same class as James Lee Burke. Atkins is at the point where his writing is becoming the gold standard of genre and (yes) literary fiction. If you are unfamiliar with him, now is the point to jump on.” —


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Note: All photos credited to Joe Worthem and copyrighted to Carrefour, Ltd. 2014.