Fear Itself Reviews
"A stirring successor to Frederick Forsyth...a superlative thriller." - The Independent (UK)
"An elegant political thriller written with style and skill." - Daily Mail (UK)
"An intriguing story, well told." - Literary Review
"Fear Itself has very much the feel of a film noir, with plenty of post-Depression grit, intrigue, FBI politics, scheming socialites, eleventh-hour escapes, red herrings, dubious characters, and a general sense that nobody can be trusted. And if Nessheim is clueless at crucial times, if coincidences tend to happen, if a few threads are left hanging - still the vividly detailed setting, a tight pace, and well-researched glimpses of Hoover and William Stephenson provide an atmospheric and entertaining read." - Historical Novel Society
"Starred Review. [A] top-notch historical thriller
this intelligent page-turner will only whet reader's appetites for more." - Publishers Weekly
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