A MASTERFUL PLOT AND DEAD-ON PACING. Entertainment Weekly
From its first hip, cynical, snarky, confessional pages, this deftly plotted novel rivets the reader a must buy. Booklist
In a decaying New York slum, a tenant named Victor Cracke has disappeared, leaving behind countless cardboard boxes of strange, original artwork. Gallery owner Ethan Muller can see their brilliance and their moneymaking potential. Strictly speaking, the drawings don t belong to Ethan. But great art demands an audience, and before long Ethan's wildly successful show is being covered by the Times where it attracts the attention of the police. Because the subjects of the pictures look exactly like the victims in a long-cold murder case. Ethan has received a letter saying stop stop stop. And the still-missing genius may be the link to a madman or the madman himself
About the Author
Jesse Kellerman is the author of Potboiler, The Executor, The Genius, Trouble, Sunstroke. and with Jonathan Kellerman, The Golem of Hollywood. His books and plays have won several awards and an Edgar Award nomination. He lives in California.