since James Patterson popularized the psychological
thriller genre and John Grisham reinvented the legal
thriller, I was on the lookout for books that successfully
combine both these mystery sub-genres. And the author
has successfully mixed in the right proportion the
elements of both sub-genres to give us a topnotch
page-turner.... A book to be savored."
atmospheric gothic like work of suspense that imbues
the reader with the feeling that something is going
to happen very soon.. Stephanie Kane is a terrific
storyteller who knows how to grab the attention of
the audience and keeps it."
The Midwest Book Review
Kane is an excellent writer. This lady pays attention
to details. All those little things happen to mean
something yielding an extremely intricate, well constructed
plot.. The author gets the reader's attention quickly
and holds it, making the novel a fast, but disturbing
The Mystery Reader
who rooted for Jackie Flowers, the dyslexic criminal
defense attorney in BLIND SPOT, will find another fascinating
glimpse into the human condition and an equally vital
and uplifting heroine."
greatest dramas play out in family life. And never
are those passions more relentlessly imprinted on generation
after generation than when they unfold in a vacuum
of secrecy. Stephanie Kane effectively hangs her second
thriller, QUIET TIME, on the bones of that theme, somehow
managing to avoid predictability.. The end is riveting
and a surprise-but that's what Kane is all about."