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Vanishing Games by Roger Hobbs
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Jun 28, 2016 | ISBN 9780804170949
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Praise for Roger Hobbs and Vanishing Games

“Swift, strong, and smart as hell.” —The Seattle Times

“Every bit the thriller, meaty, violent, and riveting. . . . A page-burner of a plot.” —The Arizona Republic

“Rich. . . . A fast, addictive read.” —Strand Magazine
 
 “Skillfully rendered [and] so deft. . . . As satisfying as watching other action heroes leap from tall buildings.” —The Chicago Tribune
 
“The fast-paced plot, peppered with details which bring each scene to bloody life, is a thrill. Vanishing Games is a keeper.” —The Oregonian

“Readers considering a life of crime should first read Roger Hobbs. He’s one of the most informative crime novelists working today. . . . The rest of us, milquetoast readers and armchair criminals all, will have to settle for the thrill of reading an exhilaratingly swift-moving crime novel that makes us feel as if we’ve learned a few titillating facts to drop like underworld tidbits at our next cocktail party. It’s a guilt-free guilty pleasure.” —Richmond-Times Dispatch
 
“A gifted crime writer.” —The New York Times
 
“Fantastic. . . . An irresistible ride.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Roger Hobbs isn’t a writer to watch—he’d already blasted past most other novelists, leaving them sucking foam and flailing around in his wake. He’s the guy out on the dark horizon, showing us how fierce and smart and shocking thrillers can be. I’m in awe.” —Duane Swierczynski, author of Canary
 
“Hobbs is up there with the best.” —The Guardian (London)

“Everything you could ever want in a book.” —The Willamette Week
 
“Hobbs possesses a [Lee] Child-like ability for first unleashing and then shrewdly directing a tornado of a plot, but he also evokes Elmore Leonard in the subtle interplay of his characters.” —Booklist

“A page-turner of the first order.” —BookPage

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