Wallace Stroby's writing is all muscle, with not an ounce of fat. SOME DIE NAMELESS is propulsive and intelligent, populated by the very best kind of characters: authentic, complicated human beings who are capable of surprising both the reader and themselves — Lou Berney, author of the bestselling Long and Faraway Gone
Wallace Stroby is the real thing, a writer who channels two of the best Raymonds - Chandler and Carver - with his tough, lean prose and 'dirty' realism," in a high-voltage story of murder and corruption — Jonathan Santlofer, author of the bestselling The Death Artist
Praise for Wallace Stroby
Kick-ass crime fiction — George Pelecanos
Lean, poetic prose...and smart dialogue reminiscent of Robert B. Parker or Elmore Leonard. For fans of noir, [Stroby] is among the best in the current breed — Boston Globe
Wallace Stroby is the new Donald Westlake — Gerald Petievich, author of To Live and Die in L.A.
I consider Stroby to be one of the heirs to the great Elmore Leonard in style, substance, and sheer entertainment. — Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
SOME DIE NAMELESS is a superbly entertaining thriller full of hard truths about what happens when the shadow world is exposed to the light. Stroby's subtle, straightforward style is pitch perfect — Reed Farrel Coleman, New York Times Bestselling author of What You Break