Damage Control Reviews
"Starred Review. [An] excellent stand-alone...The suspenseful denouement should please Hamilton fans." - Publishers Weekly
"A riveting stand-alone thriller.... In a novel that marries celebrity culture, surf noir and the bonds of friendship, Hamilton is at the top of her game." - Kirkus
"Starred Review. Her characters are believable, her plots draw on conflicts of class and identity, and her portrayal of the less-than-glamorous side of Southern California is compelling." - Library Journal
"Hamilton provides an appealingly fallible protagonist, a keen sense of place, and a little romance and, although her plot has more twists and turns than Mulholland Drive, keeps the adrenaline pumping to the final pages." - Booklist
"Denise Hamilton scores her largest and greatest triumph: Damage Control is a great mystery, and, much more rarely, a superb psychological thriller. Kudos to this brilliant talent." - James Ellroy
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