Harvey, Michael

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This well-researched novel set in 1970s Boston is a real page-turner. With twists that sometimes seem to come from another world, it's sure to keep readers interested. [See Prepub Alert, 4/23/18.]


Harvey's gritty tribute to the working-class neighborhoods of his youth is as authentically captured as the best of Dennis Lehane. Fans of Martin Scorsese's film The Departed will love the violent twists and turns of the novel's final chapters.[See Prepub Alert, 12/21/15.]

The Governor's Wife

Harvey, a journalist and cocreator of TV's Cold Case Files, knows Chicago like Raymond Chandler knew Los Angeles, and these mean streets come alive even as bodies pile up. Wisecracking Kelly continues asking questions while keeping a gun handy. Following his stand-alone The Innocence Game, Harvey returns to his PI series (We All Fall Down) with a tale that gains power with its familiar city and political scenes, but it's the characters and action, often shifting, brutal, and surprising, that will keep readers enthralled and willfully suspending disbelief. [See Prepub Alert, 12/15/14.]

The Innocence Game

Recommended for fans of legal thrillers and those interested in the pursuits of organizations such as the Innocence Project.

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