Good Junk Reviews
"Starred Review. St. James may fit the familiar wiseass detective mold, but powerful prose that evokes a city still struggling to recover its infrastructure and identity elevates this well beyond most other contemporary PI novels." - Publishers Weekly
"Kovacs (Storm Damage, 2011) maintains a fast pace, and his descriptions of a steamy, seamy, badly managed city that is failing to recover from Katrina are jolting and plausible. GoodJunk has plenty of action - and high-tech gadgetry, too - but discerning crime fans might wish for more fully fleshed characters." - Booklist
"With so many twists and turns, even the most devoted noir fans may wish they had a map. But it's well worth trying to find the way." - Kirkus
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