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    Mar 04, 2014 | 384 Pages

  • Ebook $12.99

    May 30, 2013 | 384 Pages

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Praise for Ace Atkins and the Quinn Colson Novels

“A series that should push him to the top of the bestseller list.”—John Sandford

“One of the best crime writers at work today.”—Michael Connelly

“Compares to the best of Max Allan Collins or Elmore Leonard.”–Library Journal

“[Ace Atkins] has solidified his place alongside Dennis Lehane and George Pelecanos as one of our most important literary crime novelists.” —San Francisco Chronicle

“Ace Atkins goes straight for the throat in The Lost Ones.”—The Houston Press

“Atkins’ sense of place is superb, his story stark and suspenseful.”—Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

“In the same class as James Crumley and James Lee Burke. Atkins.”—

“Quinn Colson is a character I look forward to meeting again.”—Tampa Bay Times

“Masterful.”—Memphis Commercial-Appeal

“Goes for extreme thrills, complemented by in-depth character studies and a view to the motives that turns ordinary people corrupt. Lee Child’s Jack Reacher and Greg Iles’ Penn Cage will find a kindred spirit in U.S. Army Ranger Quinn Colson, Atkins’ new take-charge hero.” —South Florida Sun-Sentinel

“Southern-fried noir.” —The Washington Post

“A dark, headlong crime story set in the Mississippi hill country and teeming with corrupt officials, murderous meth dealers and Southern femmes fatales.” —St. Petersburg Times

“Has the down-and-dirty vibe of a ’70s drive-in action picture.” —The Dallas Morning News

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