AIDAN TRUHEN lives in London. He worked in commodities of one sort or another until he was thirty, which is an age when a man wants his positive achievements to outnumber his acquittals. He's trying to reinvent himself as a writer. We'll see how it goes.
"The Price You Pay is brilliant, a latticework of barbed
jokes and subtle observations and inventive misbehaviors, a
high-end thriller, relentlessly knowing, relentlessly brutal. It
reads like Martin Amis on mescaline."
--Charles Finch, The New York Times Book Review
"This hell-for-leather, scurrilously funny thriller is
--Adam Woog, The Seattle Times "This novel has high-octane everything. It's a witty, gory, whiplash revenge tale narrated by a brilliantly entertaining sociopath. You're mortified by the things you find yourself laughing at - and when you turn the page, there's more. Guess what: you keep laughing."
--Carl Hiaasen, author of Razor Girl
"A blistering fast, rat-a-tat urban thriller."
"Reminiscent of James Joyce and South Park at the same time ... Breathtaking, disturbing, great! ... As cocky as punk in the '70's, as cynical as Bret Easton Ellis's American Psycho, as fast-paced as Don Winslow in the 2000s. And so contemporary that one gets dizzy."
--Marcus Muntefering, Der Spiegel