Sons of Spade on SHALLOW GRAVE

I used to love those special times characters like Superman and Spider-Man teamed up. Two great heroes from two creators, together. Showing their differences and what they had in common. Click here to read the review  ...

Elizabeth A. White on DANGEROUS ENDS

Segura uses the idea of struggle—good cops vs. bad, Fernandez vs. himself, pro-Castro Cuban Americans vs. anti-Castro factions—to explore the concept of how the choices people make have consequences that impact not only their own lives, for both better and worse, but...

Unlawful Acts on DANGEROUS ENDS

But what makes Dangerous Ends really succeed is Segura’s central character, Pete Fernandez. Like his fictional hard-boiled detective predecessors, Fernandez is broken, but unlike them, he is deliberately on the mend. Fernandez might slip in his journey through...

Do Some Damage on DANGEROUS ENDS

As I’ve found from the start with the Pete Fernandez books, Segura’s writing has a smooth flow and just the right rhythm. He doesn’t write flashy prose, but he virtually never writes an awkward sentence.  It helps make the novels exceedingly...