SHARON BOLTON is a Mary Higgins Clark Award winner and an ITW Thriller Award, CWA Gold Dagger and Barry Award nominee. Sharon Bolton was previously published as S.J. Bolton.
Outstanding. . .Bolton never eases up the tension; her tightly coiled plot and heroine on the edge work perfectly in tandem. "Publishers Weekly (starred review, Pick of the Week)" A number of superlatives could be used to describe Bolton's new work, but a simple "wow!" will do. After reading the last sentence, I realized I had been holding my breath during the final page or two. Yes, the ending is that gripping. The story's atmosphere is dark and spooky, the main characters are strong yet vulnerable and the plot is refreshingly unpredictable. This stunning psychological thriller is well worth your time. You'll be hooked from page one. "RT Book Reviews (41/2 Stars, Top Pick)" Readers will be caught up in the twists and turns that leave them hanging until the final paragraph. "Library Journal (starred review)" Credible characters, an evocative setting, and a chilling group of clever sadists make the latest from Bolton a satisfying and suspenseful read. "Booklist" S. J. Bolton is changing the face of crime fiction--if you only read one crime novel this year, make it this. "Tess Gerritsen on Now You See Me" "Now You See Me" is really special: multi-layered and sophisticated, but tough too. "Lee Child on Now You See Me" Bolton provides excruciating tension and much else. Romantics can drool over Joesbury's turquoise eyes; amateur psychologists can mull Lacey's one-nighters; and Ripperologists can ponder theories of Jack's real identity, one of which helps tie up the plot. "Kirkus Reviews on Now You See Me" The twists keep coming, and the truth is not revealed until the final page in Bolton's best novel yet. "Library Journal (starred review) on Now You See Me" Nice atmosphere and good Ripper lore. "Booklist on Now You See Me" Bolton's fourth thriller, a complex psychological puzzler, stands head and shoulders above other such efforts featuring a modern copycat Jack the Ripper. . .Bolton skillfully plays with the reader's expectations. "Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Now You See Me" Excellent. . ."Now You See Me" is a cerebral thriller that avoids cliches. Each twist and turn is unpredictable as are the fully drawn characters' actions. "Oline H. Cogdill, South Florida Sun-Sentinel on Now You See Me""