The reviews are starting to trickle in for Worst Enemies, and the news is good. Author Ben Sobieck (Cleansing Eden) has this to say:
That King can put the many pieces together in such a compelling way speaks to the character management he displayed in his debut, Wild Bill....The cast is large, but it never feels that way. king keeps the story grounded in police detective Ben Dougherty, a military veteran trying to shed his hard bark.
By the end, Worst Enemies was miles from Strangers On a Train...When a crime novel goes above and beyond a mere interpretation of a classic, the reader is left as satisfied as the author.
Read the entire review here.
Worst Enemies is available for Kindle for a paltry $2.99, the same as it costs to upgrade from beef to bison on your Silver Diner burger. The burger will be gone in ten minutes. the book will last.
Reviews for WORST ENEMIES
You're going to be surprised and delighted. It's a great book, and I recommend it unreservedly.
--Leighton Gage, author of A Vine in the Blood
When a crime novel goes above and beyond a mere interpretation of a classic, the reader is left as satisfied as the author.
--Benjamin Sobieck, author of Cleansing Eden
I finished reading this book on a gurney in an Emergency Room with crying kids, a car accident victim and a loud drunk keeping me company, and barely noticed them. If that's not a recommendation, I don't know what is!
--Karen Treanor, New Mystery Reader