Jack Flynn is a lawyer in Boston and has worked pro bono on behalf of wrongly convicted individuals. He lives south of the city and writes on his daily commute across Boston Harbor.
A knock-out; Grisham with passion, even a touch of the great Michael Connelly thrown in . . . It crackles from the first page to the last and never lets up for a second -- <i>Daily Mail </i>on <i>Innocence</i> A born storyteller, a master of quirky character and detail who enthrals through the simple, but elusive, expedient of never seeming to write a dull sentence -- <i>Daily Telegraph</i> on<i> Next of Kin</i> One of the best thrillers I've read in a long time, reminiscent of John Grisham, but, I think, better and with a stronger, more sympathetic cast of characters . . . A truly absorbing page-turner -- Richard & Judy Book Club review of <i>Next of Kin</i> Blood In The Water is a compulsive page-turner. Gritty and dark, with characters that are complex, conflicted and real, it's a book that draws you in and doesn't let go. Set against the bitter freeze of a Boston winter, the action never lets up and builds to a thrilling conclusion. Jack Flynn is a talent to watch. -- Adam Hamdy Blood in the Water is hard, gritty, and unrelenting. You won't sleep until you're finished. -- Robert Crais Fantastic -- David Baldacci