Robert Anglen, an investigative reporter who moonlights as a book critic for the Arizona Republic, says in BLEAK HARBOR, “Gruley performs a dazzling magic routine worthy of Houdini, each trick dependent upon the next, growing in complexity and intensity until the finale. Think ‘Rashomon’ as told in alternating chapters by Elmore Leonard and George V. Higgins.”
That’s the first and certainly last time my name will appear with those three. I’ll take it! You can read the entire review here.